Master Course Outline
AGPR-215
Field Crop Production
Credits: 5
Clock Hours per Quarter: 50
Lecture Hours: 50


Description
Production and management of field crops designed to provide the most current information in the production and management of agronomic crops important to the economy of the Pacific Northwest. Topics include plant and seed sample identification.

Intended Learning Outcomes
  • Visually identify commonly produced crops of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Choose and justify the use of specific fertilizers and pesticides for a given crop production system.
  • List and discuss the use of equipment common to planting, cultivating, and harvesting common crops of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Analyze crop growth stages and grading standards.
  • Assess and justify production patterns of major crops.
  • Construct a crop production plan which describes cultural practices, production management, pest management, marketing, storage, and use.
  • Recognize the purpose of crop improvement systems.

Course Topics
  • World Crop Production
  • Crop Terminology
  • Classification of Crops
  • Crop Plant Morphology
  • Crop Ecology
  • Crop Production systems
  • Crop Improvement
  • Marketing and Storage
  • Cropping Programs and Systems


Syllabi Listing
Course
Year Quarter
Item
Instructor Files
AGPR 215
B672
0071
Mike Hagerman
AGPR 215
B562
0071
Mike Hagerman
AGPR 215
B344
0071
Matthew Williams


Two Year Projected Schedule

2016 - 20172017 - 2018
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