Plant Propagation I: Basic Principles - ONLINE


This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions.
Learn the principles and techniques of plant propagation by seed and cuttings. Explore the basics of sexual and asexual propagation, with attention to fruit development, seedling production, root initiation, stem and leaf cuttings, and layering. Prerequisite: Introduction to Plant Science (or approval of the Program Coordinator)

Required Text:
• Hartmann, Hudson T., Dale E. Kester, Fred T. Davies, Jr. & Robert L. Geneve,
Plant Propagation: Principles and Practices Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2011


Please note, this course requires the purchase of materials. NYBG is working with Copia Home and Garden to create kits for this class. The kits cost approximately $100. Since the materials change based on the season, we will let registered students know when these are available for purchase. Students must pick their kits up from Copia in South Salem, NY. If students prefer to source their own materials, a list will be provided upon request.


Schedule: Every week on Wednesday, starting on 07/28/21 and ending on 09/29/21 (excluding 09/15/21)
Times: 06:00pm - 08:00pm
Instructor: Nicholas Storrs Nicholas Storrs
Location: Online,

Session Number: 221HRT411CO
Price Non-Member : $445.00
Member : $395.00
Materials List:
Click here for materials list (HRT411O-Nick) (PDF Document)
Prerequisite(s): Introduction to Plant Science
Introduction to Plant Science - ONLINE
By signing up for this course, you acknowledge that you have successfully completed the necessary prerequisite(s).


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