Sustainable Plant and Soil Management (AGRC 111.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
AGRC 111 C60 January 2017 Michael Hall , Sarah Lipoth (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W02 January 2017 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W10 January 2017 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W16 January 2017 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W20 January 2017 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W50 January 2017 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
 
AGRC 111 01A September 2016 Melissa Arcand , Krista Wilde (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W01 September 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W11 September 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W15 September 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W21 September 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W97 September 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
 
AGRC 111 W02 July 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
 
AGRC 111 W02 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W10 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W16 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W20 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W50 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W60 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)
AGRC 111 W96 January 2016 Barbara Stefanyshyn-Cote (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to agricultural systems with a focus on sustainability in a changing environment. Current agricultural challenges and issues will be used to highlight and illustrate the interactions between plant, animal, microbial, human and environment components. The soil/plant/environment interface is emphasized. Management decisions affecting agricultural systems, cropping and land use are examined both regionally and globally. Students will also exercise the research process using scientific literature to investigate a hypothesis.

Note

Students with credit for PLSC 41 will not receive credit for this course.

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