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TTU / Plant and soil science / PSS 1321 / What is the main difference between agronomy vs. horticulture?

What is the main difference between agronomy vs. horticulture?

What is the main difference between agronomy vs. horticulture?

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What is the main difference between agronomy vs. horticulture?



I. Natural Plant systems

II. Cultivated Plant systems

i. Agronomy vs. Horticulture  

ii. What are crops

iii. Wild plant modification

1. Pros and cons of this

III. Biomes

i. Tundra

ii. Taiga

iii. Temperate forest

iv. Tropical rain forest

v. Grassland

vi. Desert

vii. Ocean

1. Know which ones are terrestrial and non-terrestrial  

2. Know what makes them unique  

3. Know where they generally are

viii. Annual vs. perennial  

ix. Herbaceous vs. woody

IV. Ecosystems  


What is the main difference between terrestrial and non-terrestrial?




What are crops?



a. What makes up an ecosystem

b. What is an ecological niche

V. Climate  

a. What makes up a climate

b. What affects a climate

c. How it effects plants

d. Ecotypes

e. Controlled environments

VI. Soil

a. What is it comprised of

b. External factors plants need to grow

c. Substrate

d. Soil-less media

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f. Physical properties of soil

i. Compaction

ii. Texture

g. Chemical properties of soil  

h. Acidity and alkalinity

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