Is horticulture considered part of the green-industry?
What other types of jobs are considered
...part of the green industry? Thank You.
- random_manLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
"Horticulture" officially encompasses both ornamental horticulture (gardens and landscapes), as well as the fields of pomology (tree fruits), small fruits, and vegetable crops.
The "green industry" is basically a roll-up of ornamental horticulture (i.e. nursery, floriculture, ornamental greenhouses), landscape services, arboriculture, landscape architecture, florists, and lawn & garden retailing.
So the two are somewhat different, but there's a lot of overlap there.
- it is iLv 510 months ago
Considered by whom? I feel that my cutting firewood from diseased/dead/dying trees on my land is part of the green industry. It's keeping dirty fuel oil from being shipped half way around the world to be burnt in a furnace in my basement at 65% efficiency. My wood stove is close to 93% efficient and the wood is only hauled 500 feet or so by me in a wheelbarrow.
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