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    • Introduction to Horticulture Plant of the day: Calendula Term of the day: Senescence
    • Calendula
      • Pot Marigold or English Marigold
      • Plant type: Annual, Herb
      • Height: 12" to 24“, Spread: 4" to 6"
      • Exposure: full sun
      • Bloom Color: Yellow – Orange
      • Season – Cool season Marigold
      • Leaf Color: Green
      • Growth Rate: average
      • Landscape Uses: Border, Container, Massing
      • Herb Garden- used to repel insects from other plants
    • Senescence
      • The stage of life when plant tissue deterioration occurs.
      • Refers to the natural life cycle
        • Not forgetting to water or freezing
      • Can lead to leaf drop (fall leaves)
      • Can lead to plant death
      • Frequently necessary for seeds
      • Triggered by plant hormones
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    • The Basics
      • FFA Mission
        • The basis of it all
          • All programs and activities in FFA are based on the components of the mission
        • What are the 3 main parts?
          • Premier Leadership
          • Personal Growth
          • Career Success
        • Play introduction movie
    • The Basics
      • FFA Organization
      • Local – Fauquier Chapter – Have our own Officers & Delegates
        • Federation – Schools in Fauquier, Culpeper & Madison
        • Area (Central) – Piedmont area north of Richmond
      • State – Officers selected from last year’s seniors
      • National – Selected from last year’s state officers
    • National FFA
      • Play Convention Movie
    • The Basics
      • Levels of FFA Membership
        • Like moving from pre-school to elementary to middle school to high school
        • 4 levels for membership
          • Enter a new level as we get older and more
          • experienced
    • The Basics
      • Levels of FFA Membership
        • Active
          • Middle and High School
          • Enrolled in an Ag Ed Class
          • Paid FFA dues
        • Collegiate
          • Post-high school
          • Pursuing an ag-related career or interest in the future of the agricultural industry
          • Paid FFA dues
    • The Basics
      • Levels of FFA Membership
        • Alumni
          • Past FFA members and supporters of FFA
          • Paid FFA alumni dues
          • 40,000 members across the United States
        • 4. Honorary
          • FFA supporter who’s gone above and beyond the necessary
          • Nominated to receive the membership – no dues
    • The Basics
      • FFA Motto
        • 12 words for FFA members to live by:
          • Learning to Do,
          • Doing to Learn,
          • Earning to Live,
          • Living to Serve
        • What does it mean?
    • The Basics
      • FFA Colors
        • Adopted in 1929
        • What are they?
          • National Blue:
            • Nation’s Flag
          • Corn Gold
            • Fields of Ripened Corn
    • The Basics
      • The FFA Salute
        • You’ve done this one a time or two!
        • “ I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
        • What do you notice about the punctuation?
    • The Basics
      • The Code of Ethics
        • We will conduct ourselves at all times in order to be a credit to our organization, chapter, school and community by:
    • Ethical Attitudes & Behaviors
      • Dress
      • Respect.
      • Honesty
      • Conduct
      • Sportsmanship
      • Attending
      • Taking pride
      • Sharing
      • Striving
      • Diversity
    • The FFA Emblem (28-29)
      • Knowledge
      • Progress
      • Unity
      • Freedom
      • Labor and Tillage of the Soil
    • FFA Official Dress
    • FFA Degrees
      • Complete the chart.
      American State Chapter Greenhand Discovery # yrs Ag Ed SAE Rqd? Grades
    • The Creed
      • Creed Movie
      • Creed activity
    • Problems
      • Sometimes what seem like overwhelming problems to us have simple solutions.
      Link
    • Stretch Break
    • Plant Classifications Textbook Page 61 – 63 Write the descriptions (3-4 words)
      • Stems
        • Herb
        • Shrub
        • Tree
      • Foliage
        • Deciduous
        • Evergreen
      • Stem Type
        • Woody
        • Herbaceous
      • Hardiness
        • Tender
        • Hardy
      • Cotyledons
        • Monocots
        • Dicots
      • Use
        • Edible
        • Ornamental
    • Plant Names
      • Kingdom
      • Phlylum
      • Class
      • Order
      • Family
      • Genus
      • Species
      • Variety or Cultivar
      • Form
      • Major Taxa – don’t use in the name
      • Minor Taxa – do use in the botanical name for the plant
    • Sweet Pea Example
      • Genus
      • Species
      • Cultivar
      • Form
      • Lathyrus
      • oderatus
      • “ Royal”
      • n/a
      Lathyrus oderatus “Royal”
    • Plant Life Cycles Vegetative Reproductive Dormancy
    • Annuals
      • Germinate from seed
      • Grow to Maturity
      • Flower
      • Produce Seeds
      • Die
      • All in one growing season
    • Biennials – Complete life cycle in 2 years
      • 1 st year
        • Summer – vegetative growth
        • Winter - dormancy
      • 2 nd Year
        • Flower
        • Produce Seeds/Fruit
        • Die
      Examples: Blackberries, Hollyhocks, Cabbage
    • Perennials
      • Live for 3 or more seasons
      • The above ground portion may die in the winter, but new growth will grow from the roots the next spring
      • Examples: Strawberries, daffodils, trees, vines
    • Perennials grown as Annuals
      • Some plants cannot survive winter cold.
      • They are by nature perennials
      • They are grown as annuals for summer color.
      • Frequently called “Tender Perennials”