101: Introduction to Plant Science. 0-3-3. Basic concepts of production and management of agronomic and horticultural crops.
211: Forage Crops and Pasture Management. 3-2-3. A study of the growth adaptation and culture of forage crops including types of plants, methods of establishment and improvement, and use of forages.
284: Woody Plants. 3-2-3. Identification of woody landscape plants, including culture, propagation, and use.
300: Horticulture Field Trip. 9-0-1. Field trips to experiment stations, large wholesale and retail nurseries, botanical gardens, and arboreta.
301: Landscape Design. 3-2-3. Elements and principles of design as applied to the home and other small properties.
302: Environmental Design. 3-2-3. Environmental factors affecting the landscape, including discussion of natural systems, remote sensing and large-scale design.
309: Field Crops. 3-2-3. Fundamentals of production, harvesting, storage, marketing, and utilization of grain, fiber, oil, and sugar crops.
310: Soil Science. 0-3-3. Preq., CHEM 100, 101, 102. A general study of soil science, emphasizing the relation of soil properties and processes to plant growth. Also listed as ENSC 310.
311: Soil Science Laboratory. 3-0-1. Coreq. or Preq., PLSC 310. Laboratory exercises to elaborate fundamental principles of soil properties, soil testing, and soil survey reports. Also listed as ENSC 311.
312: Turf Management. 3-2-3. Establishment, maintenance, and management of turf grasses for homes, athletic fields, golf courses, playgrounds, parks, highways, airfields, and other uses.
319: Agricultural Chemical Applications and Techniques. 3-1-2. Equipment and procedures used for applying agricultural chemicals (e.g., herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides). Calibration. Safety. Exam for certification of applicators.
320: Plant Propagation. 3-2-3. Principles and practices of sexual and asexual methods or propagating horticultural plants.
384: Herbaceous Plants. 3-2-3. Identification of annual, perennial, and tropical plants, including culture, propagation, and use.
400: Special Problems. 3-0-1 (4). Assignments in floral or landscape design, greenhouse or field production projects or other horticulture practicums.
403: Edible Horticultural Crops. 3-2-3. Methods and practices of home and commercial production of vegetable and fruit crops, with emphasis on those adapted to the South.
409: Plant Breeding. 3-2-3. A study of the application of the fundamental principles of genetics to the development and maintenance of improved plant varieties. (G)
420: Greenhouse Management. 3-2-3. Principles and practices involved in greenhouse operation, including production of flowering and foliage crops.
421: Weed Science. 3-2-3. Weed control in Agricultural crops, including weed ecology, classification, dormancy, dissemination; seed anatomy and germination; herbicidal action and practical application techniques. (G)
422: Pest Management I. 0-3-3. Basic concepts of integrated pest management; pesticides, biological control agents, varietal resistance, pheromones and trap crops, laws and regulations, labeling requirements, pesticide classification and safety. (G)
423: Pest Management II. 3-2-3. Identification of insects, nematodes and disease-causing organisms affecting row crops of the south; monitoring procedures, economic threshold levels; steps in solving pest problems. (G)
430: Soil Fertility. 3-2-3. Preq., PLSC 310, 311. Fundamentals of soil fertility and plant nutrients; source, manufacture, use, and properties of chemical fertilizers.
440: Nursery Management. 0-3-3. Production, handling and sales practices in the nursery, greenhouse and garden center. (G)
441: Landscape Contracting. 3-2-3. Landscape contracting operations; estimating and bidding, plant installation, care and maintenance, design considerations, use of structural elements and irrigation systems. (G)