PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION (10091135)
Examines the principles of farm crop production, including classification, growth and management of corn, soybeans, alfalfa, barley, as well as other Midwest crops. Learners will explore soil preparation, plant physiology, planting dates, planting depths and seeding rates for various types of crops. Furthermore, learners will engage in the study of plant structure identification. Different types of equipment used in planting and harvesting will be explored and discussed during the course.
Condition: Accepted into the Dairy Science or Crop Science Associate Degree program or Agronomy Certificate, or with Dean approval.