Perennial and Annual Food Systems: Theory

FMS103

This course covers an introduction to common perennial and annual plants that can be used in a permaculture garden setting. The focus is on edible and medicinal species and their cultural requirements, with a specific focus on permaculture food forests and general theory. Topics include an  introduction to plant physiology, anatomy, and morphology, as well as pruning considerations. This course includes site specific planning, propagation, maintenance, and harvesting techniques, with a particular focus on the early-year and spring months.

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Prerequisites: – –    Credits: 2    Hours: 35

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