Introduction to Plant Disease Diagnostics

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Are you interested in learning about plant diseases and how to detect pathogens and pests? This online course introduces plant pathology basics to horticulture enthusiasts. Upon completion, learners will know how to identify issues based on visible symptoms and locate the resources to treat basic plant ailments.

Course Information

What is plant disease? How do you identify rose species or pest problems? This online course answers those questions and more for horticulture enthusiasts.

Upon completion, learners will possess the ability to identify issues based on visible symptoms. They will also learn how to collect plant and soil samples, as well as locate resources to treat basic plant ailments.

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