The students receive practical instruction in a variety of propagation methods, including grafting, layering, budding, and cuttings. At the tissue culture laboratory, they are also exposed to tissue culture technologies for micro propagating horticultural crops. Additionally, they see how high-tech farming techniques for horticulture crops, such as protected cultivation, precision farming, and ultra-high density planting, developed at horticulture farms, work. They are also demonstrated using the technology for producing seeds from important vegetable crops. They receive practical instruction in unique horticultural techniques such as pinching, disbudding, training, trimming, etc. The students receive thorough training in landscaping, a booming area of the horticulture industry that includes growing lawns and identifying decorative trees, creepers, and plants that may be found not only at horticultural farms but also around the world.