Horticulture and its Advanced Techniques

Horticulture is bases on agriculture, and its name comes from the Latin terms cultural and Hortus, which mean "garden" and "cultivation," respectively horticulture are diverse, includes: perennial and annual species, vegetables and fruits, indoor plants Decorative. It is the science and art of developing, marketing, sustainable production and usages of high-value, for ornamental plants and for highly cultivated food. This is classifying into various types, each of while focuses on the processing and production of different foods and plants for specific purposes. These crops produce a higher yield per hectare than field crops

Author(s): Smily Williams

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