LAHT 1000 This course covers the study of biology of higher plants, including morphology, physiology, and taxonomy. Emphasis is placed on knowledge relevant to landscape horticulture. Prerequisites: None
LAHT 1010 This course covers the study of the fundamentals of soil and their use in horticulture. The course is an overview of the physical, chemical, and biological properties of soils, their classification and management, and soil fertility. Prerequisites: None
LAHT 1205 This course covers the overview of the biology, identification, and control of weeds, insects, infectious and non-infectious diseases common to the landscapes of Minnesota. A review of MN laws and regulations covering pesticide applications will be covered.
LAHT 1315 This course covers the maintenance of the landscape, including trees, shrubs, annual and
perennial beds. Lawn care will not be covered in this class. Proper cultural practices, including plant
replacement, pruning, fertilization, plant support systems, plant protection, and damage repair will
LAHT 2000 This course is an introduction to annuals, perennials, groundcovers, ornamental grasses, and other herbaceous plants grown in Minnesota. Students identify and name assigned plants as well as supply information about the use and culture of each. Prerequisites: None