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Course Name
Turkish Ağaçlandırma ve Dikim Teknik.
English Forestration & Plantation Techniques
Course Code
PEM 331 Credit Lecture
Semester 5
3 2 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Meltem Erdem Kaya
Meltem Erdem Kaya
Course Objectives 1. To give general information about plant material selection in landscape architecture applications
2. To define the general plantation techniques and methods
3. To define the specific plantation techniques in landscape architecture applications
Course Description Selection of vegetal material in forestation. Preparation of the planting area. General plantation methods and techniques. Special plantation methods and techniques including plantation techniques of large trees, decorative shrubs, climbing/twining plants. Forestation of roads in the urban and rural areas. Formation of green belts. Planting, irrigating, fertilizing, pruning techniques in the landscape rehabilitation studies.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to:
1. Select plant material in landscape architecture applications
2. Control the plantation process in landscape architecture applications
3. Gain insight to the issues of specific plantation techniques and control the application process
4. Control the irrigation, fertilization and trim works in landscape architecture applications
5. Organize the forestation woks in rural and urban areas
6. Prepare and organize the general application processes concerning plant material in landscape architecture application projects.
Pre-requisite(s) none
Required Facilities
Textbook Dirik, H., 2008., Plantasyon (Bitkilendirme ve Dikim) Teknikleri, İ.Ü. Orman Fakültesi
Other References BRADSHAW, A., Trees in the Urban Landscape: Principles and Practice, London; New York: E&FN Spon. 1995.
ARNOLD, H.F., Trees in Urban Design, Second edition, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Newyork. 1993.
PHILLIPS, LEONARD E., Urban trees: A Guide for Selection Maintenance, and Master Planning, McGraw-Hill New York. 1993.
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