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Planting Design and Management in Urban Landscape (MSc, Fall Sem.)

1. Importance of urban landscape

2. Planting design in specific areas of urban landscape such as residential, educational, administrative and commercial complexes

3. Xeriscaping

4. Optimum planting establishment and preserving trees and shrubs in urban landscape such as parks, streets, urban rings, pathways and highways

5. Introduction to limitations and problems in urban landscape management such as soil compaction, nutrition, urban utilities, pruning, reclaimed wastewaters and air pollution

6. Principles of integrated urban landscape management

7. Preserving trees in constructions

8. Principles of plant nutrition in urban landscape and new methods in plantations nutrition

 

Prerequisites: 

N/A

Grading Policy: 

Midterm and Final Exam. Projects

Time: 

Saturdays

Term: 
Fall Semesters
Grade: 
Graduate