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Great Intro to the Subject
Lots of Writing
Many Small Assignments
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Plant Propagation covers the biological liberal education requirement, but it provides life-long knowledge of the environment we live in. Through this course, I have learned how to care for plants, and sustain myself through propagating vegetables and fruits that can be grown directly from my apartment. This class is also one way to turn your room into an absolute jungle.
The first half of the course depends heavily on visualizing plant forms and understanding the parts, and the second depends heavily on cellular biology. My main takeaway is how we treat plants versus how we should treat them. I've found an interest in agriculture that I never understood before, such as maintaining proper soil structure and texture in order to protect the earth from erosion and other factors.
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Advice for students:
While this course is both online and off, please do not slack on the online portions. The lectures are all online and come with audio companions, which I use for studying purposes and have so far successfully passed each exam through them. Keep up with the lectures and do not slack on them.