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Conlon theatre – 110 seat class room

Hands on plant care

Students practicing putting down decking

Demonstration of skid steer mowers

Apple blossom, Kildalton’s orchards are a great sight in May

Students harvesting desert apples by hand

Students planting vegetable plugs

Kildalton has a wide range of field grown vegetables including a number of varieties of cabbage

Harvest of trial crop sweet potatoes

The main avenue in the college on a winter morning

Students practicing brick work as part of their landscape construction module

Kildalton’s orchards are a great sight in May

Lettuce plugs after transplanting

Kildalton’s orchards are a great sight in May

Students get an opportunity to train and practice using a range of hand held horticultural machinery

Fred Townsend (technician) and David Howel (student) screeding a footpath

Students inspecting a bee hive as part of the introduction to bee keeping module

Practicing paving

Students and staff laying roll out turf

New horticulture building 2013 with sprayer training facilities