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History of Horticulture: Introduction 1 blackboard.purdue.edu INSTRUCTOR Jules Janick 330 Horticulture Bldg 765-494-1329 [email protected] COURSE DESIGNER Anna Whipkey 116A Horticulture Bldg 765-494-6968 [email protected] Hort 306/Hist 302 HISTORY OF HORTICULTURE A multi-disciplinary course that introduces students to the history of agriculture with special emphasis on horticulture. Because the history of agriculture and horticulture is so broad and so important to the development of civilization, the course will include a broad view of agricultural and horticultural technology in science, medicine, culture and art. The course objectives are: The Course 1. To survey the historical record of agriculture and horticulture from prehistory to the present. 2. To trace the origins and development of agriculture and horticulture and its relationship to modern civilization and culture. 3. To gain an appreciation for how agricultural and horticultural developments have influence modern science and technology. Objectives
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