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Become an Urban Gardening Instructor

This program will prepare you to enter into the Urban Gardening market place



This course is accredited by the National Education Council. Enroll today and start your new career!

Open Your Own Business

Teach to Communities

Work with City Programs

Hold Urban Farming
Clinics & Workshops

Help People Become Healthy

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Course Overview

Urban gardening and urban agriculture are becoming increasingly important as our world becomes more urbanized and developers transform agriculturally fertile lands and open spaces into sprawling suburbs.


Even in a heavily populated country like India, with some of the largest cities in the world, Kamal Nath and the Urban Ministry are pushing for more urban gardening in the cities and suburbs.


This course will teach you how help environmentally-conscious urban dwellers to create a green corner devoted to nature in their own home, or who want to support community-based gardening or agriculture projects in their neighborhood. Get started today!


Course Syllabus

UC10: Urban Garden Pots and Devises - Explore the tasteful garden plans, a balcony garden, the bucket garden, tasty and tasteful vegetables, three-container gardens, from flower pots to vegetable containers, why do plants need water, photosynthesis, plants nutrients, transpiration, and how much water do plants need. Learn about the traditional and self-watering containers, best of the bunch, container size, store-bought pots, DIY containers, filler with the soil, anatomy of self-watering container, which pot to pick, hanging pots and window boxes, mosquitoes and slugs, cache pot, bucket brigade, storage bin, and making a simple self-watering container.
UC201: Soil Types and Preparation- Understand more about the Holey soil, potting mix, potting soil, starting mix, transplanting mix, plain mix, peat and coir, the dirt, vermiculite, perlite, dolomitic and calcitic limestones, and pig in a poke. Know more about the soil formula, bringing on the chow, the importance of pH, compost, compost heap, containing the pile, how to evaluate store-bought compost, and what is compost made of.
UC323: Tools and Accessories - Be familiar with the container gardeners, handy tools, gloves, trowels, pruning, thinning, harvesting, floral scissors, serrated knife, pruning shears, harvest basket, watering tools, hoses, coiled hose extension, watering cans, easy ways to water, monitoring and measuring tools, min-max thermometer, soil thermometer, seed catalogs, training and support, trellises and stakes, and transportation tools.
UC402: Getting Started - Learn how to start small, what grows in garden, edibles that taste best when just picked, setting priorities, soaking in the rays, varieties the grocery store doesn't sell, playing the hand you're dealt, location of container garden, considerations about the sun, and sizes of container.
UC523: Designing Containers - Learn a tasteful aesthetic, getting beyond green, 'Fairy Tale' eggplant, 'Lollo Rossa' lettuce, blazing colors, and a garden of gardens. Be familiar with tasty container combos, Robin's nest, Eggplant Parmesan, Fall Festival, Herbal Gala, replanting, succession planting versions one and two, and harvesting in circles.
UC654: Managing Pests and Diseases - Gain knowledge on the Rogue's Gallery, Aphids, Arachnophilia, and dealing or controlling flea beetles, cabbage worms, Colorado Potato Beetles, Cucumber Beetles, Earwigs, tomato hornworms, snails and slugs, ladybugs, praying mantis, and green lacewing. Also know about organic control checklist, nuclear, organic insect-pest control methods, pesticide, big pests (deer, raccoons, and other critters), and the fence.
UC768: Harvesting the Bounty - Learn how to know the plant is ripe, looking for plant maturity, ripe color, the supermarket standard of ripeness, and a young and tender harvest. Learn also about making the harvest last, how to pick peas and beans, picking leaves, three ways to harvest greens, the snackable bouquet, eating shoots and flowers, and picking peppers.
UC821: When Winter Draws Near - Be skilled in extending the season, edibles freezing, last-minute harvest, stowing your containers, frost-proof containers, saving the soil.
UC910: Incredible Edibles and the Best Vegetables - Know what to grow, the blue-ribbon edibles, artichokes, green globe, imperial star, violetto, arugula, the starting tips, trellising, beans (snap, shell, pole) the benefits of inoculants, beets, broccoli, cabbage, Chinese cabbage, Kohlrabi, and many more.
UC145: Herbs for Every Pot - Be knowledgeable in picking pot, growing, eating, bugging off, picking Basil, borage, chives, Dill, Fennel, Hyssop, Lemongrass, Lemon Verbena, Marjoram, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Savory, Shiso, Tarragon, and Thyme.
UC156: The Edible Bouquet -Be familiar with the Bachelor's Button, Calendula, Dianthus, Marigold, Nasturtium, Sunflower, and Violas.

Course Certification & Objectives

When you successfully complete this course you will obtain certification from the National Education Council to teach this course.
1. Gain the knowledge of creating urban farms and gardens in multiple environments
2. Understand how to properly prepare the soil and all aspects of growing urban vegetables and herbs.
3. Master the latest techniques of urban farming
4.Learn how to properly evaluate the areas you will be creating urban gardens in to determine the types of plants and containers that will work best
5. Be able to classify and control pests and diseases
6. Outline and construct an urban garden class that best fits your clients needs
7. Be able to successfully teach this course


Course Details

Estimated time to complete
7 Days or 90 Study Hours
Text Book
The vegetable gardener's container bible
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Teaching Earning Potential

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20 Students
$99 Student Course Cost
$1,980.00 PROFIT
8 hours
YOU EARN $247.50 Per Hour

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This Course is Accredited By the National Education Council