Training programme in landscaping – The Hindu

Students from the Horticultural College and Research Institute had the opportunity to conduct hands-on training in landscaping, bonsai making and flower arrangements.

A press release said Dean T Arumugam has opened a five-day program organized by the EDII Periyakulam Horti Business Incubation Forum. Carried out in cooperation with the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) with financial support from the Institutional Development Program (IDP) – National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP), which ended on Saturday.

Faculty members led by J. Prem Joshua, Professor and Head of the Post-Harvest Technology Department, and S. Muthulakshmi, Professor and Head of the Department of Floriculture and Landscape Architecture, coordinated the event. The training was conducted by industry experts from Hosur, Chennai, Karur, Madurai and Tiruchi.

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