Crop Management & Ecology

AGRON 531
XW
Agronomy
Credit Hours:
3
Fall
2017
Start Date: 
Monday, August 21, 2017 to Friday, December 15, 2017
Course Description: 
Ecological principles underlying crop production systems. Crop production in the context of management approaches, system re-sources and constraints, and interactions. Emphasis on the ecology of row and forage crops common in the Midwest. Enrollment priority given to distance MS Agronomy degree students.
Instructor:
Andy Lenssen
515-294-1060
Enrollment Limit: 
20
Requirements
Course Prerequisites: 
Agronomy 501, 502 and 503.
Restricted to graduate students enrolled in MS Agronomy online degree program at ISU. Students from other departments must get permission.
Required Course Materials: 
National Research Council. Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century. 2010. National Academies Press. ISBN: 9780309148962.
Free online version of text: http://www.nap.edu/read/12832/chapter/1
Tuition and fees
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Tuition: 
Standard
College Delivery Fee: 
200.00