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How plants work (botany and physiology)

Bicton College Bicton LEVEL: No Qualification Horticulture, Floristry & Arboriculture

Have you ever wondered how plants work and relate to their environment? Expanding your knowledge of plant function and form can help you to improve the growing conditions for your plants.

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Ideal if:

This course is ideal for anyone who is interested in the science of how plants grow and what they look like at a microscopic level.

If you are a new gardener or working in the industry this is an excellent opportunity to improve your knowledge of plant structures and how they work.

You’ll need:

There are no entry requirements for this course.

You’ll learn:

You will learn about plant botany and plant physiology (functions).

Expect:

To be based in the Bicton College crops laboratory, using microscope slides and live plant materials to explore plants in more detail.

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