Course Details

Course Number

10093102

Credits

2.00

Subject

Crop and Soil

Description

Examines basic soil and plant relationships. Soil fertility is important in considering the role that the soil plays with regard to the availability of nutrients to plants. Learners will study nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, as well as other macro and micro nutrients. Learners will practice appropriate sampling, analyzing and interpretation of soil sample results. Various soil management practices will be discussed, along with soil physical, chemical and biological properties. The soil profile will be examined.

Condition: Accepted into the Crop Science Associate Degree program or Garden to Market Specialist Technical Diploma, or with Dean approval.

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