Integrated Plant Management

60 hours | Online | Terms 1, 2

The course outlines the basics of identifying, monitoring, predicting, and managing the environment and pest problems affecting horticulture crop growth. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to describe and apply the principles of Integrated Plant Management. The student will be able to diagnose problems, provide solutions, and predict how the manipulation of growing conditions will impact other factors. There is no final exam in this course.

Tuition: $640 | Credits: 5 | Required Text & Materials: None Required

Prerequisites: It is strongly advised that students complete Applied Botany and Soils for Horticulture before registering for Integrated Plant Management.

Recommended Textbook:
Small Business Management:  Launching and Growing New Ventures; Sixth Canadian Edition, Justin Longenecker et al. ISBN 0-17-653221-8, Approximate cost: $137.95

To order textbook, call the Olds College bookstore at 1.800.661.6537, Ext.4630