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1. Expose students to the different cut flowers. 2. Train students on the different agricultural practices and methods of handling.
2000 till now
  
1. Expose students to the diversity of floricultural crops. 2. Provide students with cultural techniques and programmes for the most commonly used floricultural crops. 3. Train students on the most commonly used cultural practices.
1990 till now
  
1. To expose students to the hard landscape elements. 2. To enable students designing with non plant material.
2008 till now
  
1. Expose students to different plant families that are used for interior decoration. 2. Train students on the most common cultural practices during production, handling and utilization of indoor plants. 3. Train students on the most common problems facing indoor plants.
2008 till now
  
1. To teach students how to solve landscape problems. 2. To enable students designing with non plant material.
2008 till now
  
This course deals with advanced topics in floriculture production including: morphology of bulbs, corms, rhizomes, tubers as well as other organs. Also, study of internal and external factors influencing flowering and relation with plant hormones as well as the use of plant bioregulators in production of floricultural plants. Discussions on the most recent research work in floriculture.
1990 till now