After completing lessons, the student will in class: list basic plant functions, identify plant organs and a purpose of each.
After completing the lesson on Soil the student will in class: identify physical, chemical, and biological properties of a healthy soil, find the appropriate information on a fertilizer label,
After completing lesson, the student will in class: describe the decision making process of IPM, identify mechanical, biological, cultural and chemical pest management options.
Use the Weed Id after completing the lessons, the student will in class: Differentiate between an annual and perennial weed; broadleaf and grass-like weed.
After completing lessons, the student will in class: differentiate between an insect and other arthropods, categorize insects into proper order, and identify signs of insect plant damage.
After completing the lessons, the student will in class: explain the interrelation of environment, pathogen, and host in disease formation.
After completing lessons, the student will in class: identify the components of site consideration, describe process of garden bed preparation and list the benefits of a properly applied organic
After completing lessons, the student will in class: differentiate between annual, perennial, tender perennial, and biennial herbaceous ornamentals, list advantages and disadvantages of annuals
After completing the lesson, the student will in class: differentiate between trees, shrubs and vines for woody ornamentals. list selection criteria for woody ornamentals, describe correct
Know what a vegetable is, how they can be grouped according to the plant part eaten, and why different types require different conditions for optimal growth.
Identify different fruit types as relating to plant identification. Know the factors to consider when choosing apple, grape, raspberry, and strawberry cultivars for Wisconsin.