Field Crops of Western Canada (PLSC 201.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
PLSC 201 01 January 2017 Krista Wilde (primary instructor)
PLSC 201 01 January 2016 Nina Mohr (primary instructor)


Provides an introduction to the major oilseed, pulse, cereal and forage crops of Western Canada. Emphasis will be on factors that affect quality of these major crops of Western Canada, their utilization and the agronomic practices used in their production. The ability to identify and understand the growth characteristics of major oilseeds, pulse, cereal and forage crops as well as the major pest problems of these crops will be covered in the laboratory. Discussions include the global role Canada plays in the production of the oilseed, pulse, cereal and forage crops and the development of improved varieties of these crops.


AGRC 111 or permission of the instructor.


Students can receive credit for only one of PLSC 201 or PLSC 222. Students with credit for PLSC 59 will not receive credit for this course.

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