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         Agronomy Courses:     more books (16)
  1. Agronomy: A Course in Practical Gardening for High Schools by Willard Nelson Clute, 2010-02-10
  2. Agronomy: A Course in Practical Gardening for High Schools by Willard Nelson Clute, 1913
  3. Turf Management for Golf Courses, 2nd Edition by James B Beard, 2001-10-01
  4. Practical Golf Course Maintenance: The Magic of Greenkeeping by Gordon Witteveen, Michael Bavier, 2002-07-12
  5. Turf Managers' Handbook for Golf Course Construction, Renovation, and Grow-In by Charles B. White, 2000-01-01
  6. The principles of agronomy: a text-book of crop production for high-schools and short-courses in agricultural colleges by Franklin Stewart Harris, George Stewart, 2010-09-06
  7. A Guide to Golf Course Irrigation System Design and Drainage by Edward Pira, 1997-01-01
  8. A Short Course in Soil-Structure Engineering of Deep Foundations, Excavations and Tunnels by C. W. W. Ng, N. Simons, et all 2004-01-01
  9. Field Crop Production: A Text-Book for Elementary Courses in Schools and Brief Courses in Colleges [ 1914 ] by George Livingston, 2009-08-10
  10. Plants in Health and Disease: Being an Abstract of a Course of Lectures Delivered in the University of Manchester During the Session 1915/16 [ 1916 ] by Frederick Ernest Weiss, 2009-08-10
  11. IPM Handbook for Golf Courses by Gail L. Schumann, Patricia J. Vittum, et all 1998-01-01
  12. The Principles of Agronomy: A Text-Book of Crop Production for High-Schools and Short-Courses in Agricultural Colleges [ 1915 ] by Franklin Stewart Harris, 2009-08-10
  13. Effects of four amendments on soil physical properties and on yield and quality of putting greens by R. R Smalley, 1962
  14. A Century of Greenkeeping by Gordon Witteveen, 2001-06-01

81. The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute | Agronomy
With the Associate of Science degree, agronomy majors complete a combination of technicaland general courses that allow them to gain handson experience while
http://ati.ag.ohio-state.edu/programs/agronomy.html
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Agronomy
An Associate of Science degree in agronomy focuses on the changing problems in modern crop production and management in relation to propagation, care, and management of cereal, field and forage crops.
With the Associate of Science degree, agronomy majors complete a combination of technical and general courses that allow them to gain hands-on experience while completing 50 percent of the curriculum for a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
This degree also includes the transfer module, a common set of general education courses which apply to other bachelor's degree programs in Ohio.
Students who are not planning to ultimately pursue a bachelor's degree might be interested instead in our Crop Management and Services Associate of Applied Science curriculum.

82. Agronomy And Plant Breeding
E1 MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN. agronomy. 33 Credits Required Mainand Special 18, Elective 8, Seminar 1, Thesis 6. courses Credits.
http://www.ut.ac.ir/faculties/abooreihan/agronomy-plantbreeding.htm

83. Courses: H330 Institute Of Agronomy And Plant Breeding At The University Of Agri
BOKU Vienna. H330 Institute of agronomy and Plant Breeding. H330 Institute of agronomyand Plant Breeding at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Vienna.
http://www.lzk.ac.at/lva/H330.html
H330 Institute of Agronomy and Plant Breeding H330 Institute of Agronomy and Plant Breeding at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Vienna B ohner A ndreas 330.069 - VO - Plant sociology and soil aspects of the grassland farming - WS'01 2.0
B uchgraber K arl 330.047 - VO - Grassland management I - WS'01 3.0
330.060 - VS -
... - WS'1/ 2.0 oder SS'02 2.0
B ├╝rstmayr H ermann 330.009 - SE - Seminar for Ph.D. students and graduates - WS'01 2.0 oder SS'02 2.0
330.053 - SE -
... - WS'01 2.0
C hristian E rhard Interdisciplinary project on agronomy I - SS'02 4.0
E delbauer A nton 330.008 - EX - Plant nutrition, special agricultural crops, plant production and environmental interaction, excursions - WS'01 0.5 und SS'02 1.5
330.018 - SE -
... - SS'02 2.0
E itzinger J osef Interdisciplinary project on agronomy I - SS'02 4.0
G launinger J ohann Interdisciplinary project on agronomy I - SS'02 4.0
G rausgruber H einrich 330.006 - SV - Breeding strategies - WS'01 1.0 330.042 - EX - ... - WS'01 2.0 oder SS'02 2.0 G retzmacher R alph 330.018 - SE - Seminar for PhD candidates - WS'01 2.0 oder SS'02 2.0 330.024 - SV - ... - WS'01 2.0 oder SS'02 2.0 H ager H erbert 330.081 - EX -

84. BS In Agronomy: Crop And Soil Science Emphasis (283031)
hours). No D credit is allowed in agronomy and horticulture courses.No more than 4 hours of R courses will apply toward graduation.
http://ar.byu.edu/dept_academ_advise/gemajor/00/mr/283031mr.html
Brigham Young University
Major Academic Plan (MAP)
BS in AGRONOMY:
Crop and Soil Science Emphasis (283031)
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
For students entering the degree program during the 2000-2001 curricular year
GE Requirement
Suggested Sequence of Courses Discipline and Career Information
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (63-64.0 total hours) No D credit is allowed in agronomy and horticulture courses. No more than 4 hours of R courses will apply toward graduation. At least 10 hours of departmental courses must be completed at BYU. Graduate courses (500-level) may be taken by seniors with approval of advisor. Complete the following: AgHrt 100 Living With Plants AgHrt 282 Intro Soil Sci AgHrt 283 Intro Soil Sci Lab AgHrt 303 AgHrt 305 Soil Fertility AgHrt 331 Weed Science AgHrt 361 Crop Science AgHrt 407 Environ Soil Phscs AgHrt 491R Undergraduate Seminar Complete 10 hours from the following major courses: AgHrt 201 Environ Ag Issues AgHrt 205 World Food Crops AgHrt 302 Plant Propogation AgHrt 347 AgHrt 390R Topics in Agriculture AgHrt 391 Careers in Horticulture AgHrt 402 Water Con Util AgHrt 441 Harvested Forage Crops AgHrt 459 Plant Breeding AgHrt 460 Sustainable Agriculture

85. BS In Agronomy: Agribusiness-Production Emphasis (283030)
hours). No D credit is allowed in agronomy and horticulture courses.No more than 4 hours of R courses will apply toward graduation.
http://ar.byu.edu/dept_academ_advise/gemajor/00/mr/283030mr.html
Brigham Young University
Major Academic Plan (MAP)
BS in AGRONOMY:
Agribusiness-Production Emphasis (283030)
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
For students entering the degree program during the 2000-2001 curricular year
GE Requirement
Suggested Sequence of Courses Discipline and Career Information
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (60.0 total hours) No D credit is allowed in agronomy and horticulture courses. No more than 4 hours of "R" courses will apply toward graduation. At least 10 hours of departmental courses must be completed at BYU. Graduate courses (500-level) may be taken by seniors with approval of advisor. Complete the following: AgHrt 100 Living with Plants AgHrt 240 Computer Applications to Agriculture AgHrt 282 Intro Soil Sci AgHrt 283 Intro Soil Sci Lab AgHrt 305 Soil Fertility AgHrt 331 Weed Science AgHrt 361 Crop Science AgHrt 490 Case Studies AgHrt 491R Undergraduate Seminar Complete 3 hours from the following: AgHrt 201 Environ Ag Issues AgHrt 205 World Food Crops AgHrt 302 Plant Propogation AgHrt 303 AgHrt 347 AgHrt 402 AgHrt 407 Environ Soil Phys AgHrt 433 AgHrt 441 Harvested Forage Crops AgHrt 460 Sustainable Agric

86. College Transfer Courses - Agronomy
Search our site agronomy Transfer, Emmetsburg. Following is the suggestedsequence of courses required for an Associate in Arts degree in agronomy.
http://www.ilcc.cc.ia.us/ProgramsStudy/college_transfer/agronomy.htm

87. Agronomy (AGRO)
agronomy (AGRO). For some courses, a more detailed description maybe available, accessible by clicking on the course number. All
http://www.psu.edu/bulletins/bluebook/courses/agro.htm

88. (Archive) Agronomy (AGRO)
A minor in agronomy can complement several majors, and will enhance career opportunities 438A(5),or SOILS 402(3); select 6 credits from courses in Entomology
http://www.psu.edu/bulletins/bluebook/majold/agro99su.htm

89. Agronomy Unit
agronomy Unit. Tours and courses. agronomy Unit.
http://www.agric.gov.ab.ca/ministry/pid/agronomy_unit/extension.html
Agronomy Unit
Tours and Courses
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90. AGR Courses
(13) Special topical or experimental courses in crop science, soil scienceor related areas of agronomy for advanced graduate students.
http://www.uky.edu/Registrar/bull9798/courses/agr.html
University of Kentucky Undergraduate Bulletin
AGR Agronomy AGR 360 GENETICS. (3)
The basic principles of heredity as currently understood from evidence accumulated in classical, cytogenetic, molecular, and quantitative genetic experiments. Emphasis is placed on a thorough understanding of genetic principles and the relationship of genetics to all biological disciplines. Prereq: Six credits in biological sciences and one course in general chemistry. (Same as ASC/ENT 360.)
AGR 367 SOIL AND WATER ANALYSIS LABORATORY. (3)
Introductory laboratory emphasizing fundamental principles in soil science and water quality. Will provide hands-on experience in soil-water research and the written communication of acquired knowledge. Lecture 1.5 hours, laboratory three hours per week. Prereq: PLS 366 or approval of instructor.
AGR 395 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN AGRONOMY. (1-4)
May be repeated for a maximum of nine credits. Prereq: Consent of appropriate instructor before registration. AGR 399 EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN AGRONOMY. (1-6)
A field-based learning experience in agronomy under the supervision of a faculty member. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.

91. Course Database
Alternatively, tick the checkboxes of all relevant courses from the results listand click on the buttons agronomy 1006ARW, Agricultural Experience I Part 1, 0.
http://www.adelaide.edu.au/cgi-bin/calendar/course.pl?acadgroup=AG&g=u

92. Bachelor Of Science In Agronomy
agronomy Option. Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Sciences. Required Competencies.Assessment Procedures. Required courses. Required Comptencies.
http://www.morehead-st.edu/colleges/science/ahs/agronomy.html
Agricultural Programs Human Sciences Programs Courses Faculty ... Facilities
Agronomy Option
Bachelor of Science
in Agricultural Sciences
Required Competencies Assessment Procedures Required Courses
Required Comptencies
Students will demonstrate: A. An understanding and the ability to apply the principles of soil conservation and weed science to crop production and also an understanding of how certain crops are utilized by farm animals.
Assessment Procedures
Exit examination
Surveys of graduating students, alumni, advisory groups, and employers
Required Courses
Students must complete the required core courses in the area of concentration in agricultural science and 24 semester hours of requirements and electives, with advisor's approval. Requirements and electives are listed below: Required Courses AGR 308 Weed Science AGR 311 Soil Conservation AGR 316 Feeds and Feeding
Fifteen semester hours must be completed from the following courses, with approval of advisor:

93. AGRONOMY
To Register visit http//www.lifelearner.iastate.edu/courses/register.htmIOWA STATE UNIVERSITY. Quantitative Methods for agronomy.
http://www.extension.iastate.edu/swirrc/Agronomy.html
AGRONOMY IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY Introduction to Meteorology Course Number: Agronomy 206/Meteorology 206, section XC Credit: 3 undergraduate credits Tuition: $543 undergraduate CD-ROM Dates: May 19 - August 8, 2003 Enrollment Deadline: May 5, 2003 Basic concepts in meteorology, including atmospheric measurements, radiation, stability, precipitation, winds, fronts, forecasting, and severe weather. Applied topics include global warming, ozone depletion, El Nino, world climates, weather safety, and atmospheric optics. A self-study laboratory is included in this course using computer simulations and the "Weather Cycles." Self-study section available to distance learning students all semesters. Prerequisite: review self-study requirements and list of required materials at http://www.public.iastate.edu/%7Emt206/offcampus.html before registering Computer Requirements: CD-ROM drive required, Internet and e-mail access desirable Note: May be applied toward Bachelor of Science in Professional Agriculture, Bachelor of Liberal Studies (natural sciences group of the general education requirements or distribution area of natural sciences and mathematics) Instructor: S. Elwynn Taylor

94. Agronomy
In addition to the college requirements, a student with a concentrationin agronomy is expected to complete the following courses
http://www.css.cornell.edu/undergrad/agronomy.html
The Agronomy Concentration at Cornell
The agronomy concentration is designed to provide students with training in crop production and soil managment. It places more emphasis on applied agronomy than do concentrations in crop science or soil science. In addition to the college requirements, a student with a concentration in agronomy is expected to complete the following courses: a. At least 12 credits of applied crop science selected from the following courses, or the equivalent: Grains and Nutriceuticals (CSS 311)
Forage Crops (CSS 312)
Tropical Cropping Systems: Biodiversity, Social, and Environmental Impacts (CSS 314 or INTAG 314)
Weed Science (CSS 315)
Seed Science and Technology (CSS 317)
Vegetable Production (HORT 225)
Turfgrass Management (HORT 330)
Principles of Plant Propagation (HORT 400)
b. At least 12 credits of soil science selected from the following courses, or the equivalent: Soil Science (CSS 260 or EAS 260)
Soil and Water Management (CSS 321)
Soil Morphology (CSS 362) Soil Genesis, Classification, and Survey (CSS 363)

95. Agriculture
agronomy courses in the area of agronomy provide fundamental and applied studiesin the development and utilization of field crops and the origin, management
http://www.opsu.edu/agriculture/agric.htm
The School of Agriculture offers programs of study leading toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness, Vocational Agricultural Education, Agronomy, and Animal Science. Two-year Associate of Applied Science degrees in Farm and Ranch Management and Swine Management are offered, along with a two-year Associate of Science degree in Agriculture. Agriculture research is conducted by the school through the Oklahoma Panhandle Research and Extension Center. All of the following information plus specific degree requirements and courses may be found in the 2002-2003 OPSU Catalog. Access it online (pdf) or request a catalog by email opsu@opsu.edu Four-Year Bachelor of Science Degree Programs Offered: School of Agriculture in the 2002-2003 OPSU Catalog, pages 77-85 - Associate degree program information, pages 140-148. Agribusiness - The Agribusiness curriculum is designed to prepare the student for job opportunities in both private and public businesses that serve the agriculture industry. Agribusiness (BS) Minors available in Agribusiness
Agriculture Economics Agricultural Education - OPSU is one of two schools in Oklahoma which offers a four year Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Education. This program has emphasis in teacher education, animal science, plant science, agricultural economics and mechanized agriculture. These areas of study prepare our graduates for teaching agriculture.

96. UG Subjects - Department Of Agronomy And Farming Systems
soilwater-nutrient management, Undergraduate courses, Course, Code, Coordinator,Sem, Level, Other staff. Crop agronomy, 3507, Hugh Reimers, 1, 2,3,
http://www.roseworthy.adelaide.edu.au/AFS/admin/ugsubjcoord2000.html
Undergraduate Courses Course Code Coordinator Sem Level Other staff Agricultural Equipment Paul Harris Agricultural Experience I Darren Koopman F Paul Harris A gricultural Experience II Darren Koopman F Agricultural Production Systems Ian Nuberg Agroforestry Ian Nuberg Business Management for Agricultural Science Ian Cooper Communications and Learning AH Patricia Murray Computing and Statistics John Jennings (AME) Ian Cooper Crop Agronomy Hugh Reimers Crop and Pasture Ecology Gurjeet Gill David Coventry Crop Physiology III Plant Science Annie McNeill Engineering in Agriculture Paul Harris Engineering Science Paul Harris Plant Science David Coventry Ian Cooper Indigenous Australians and Env Management Jocelyn Davies Individual Studies AP Darren Koopman F International Agribusiness Environment Gavin Riggs Introduction to Business Management Gavin Riggs (external) Irrigation Science Paul Harris Irrigation Systems Design AP Paul Harris Issues in Australian Agribusiness II Gavin Riggs Natural Resource Management IIB Gavin Riggs Org. Mgt. Rural Enterprises

97. College Of Agriculture (California State Polytechnic University Pomona)
s. All coursesoffered in agronomy may be taken on a CR/NC basis except by majors....... Return To Top of Page. agronomy Minor courses. Course
http://www.csupomona.edu/~agri/agronomy.html
Academics
AGRONOMY
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Agronomy is the study of the science and technology of crop production for food, forage and fiber. This discipline feeds and clothes a growing world population. Graduates in the Agronomy major can look forward to a wide range of rewarding career opportunities, both domestically and internationally. Students receive excellent training in fundamental principles as well as the more technical and scientific areas. Agronomy students have the freedom to pursue individual interest areas via a 48 unit directed elective package from which they choose their courses from approved department lists. The Agronomy major is divided into two options: Crop Production and Crop Sciences. The Crop Science option is an exciting area, combining agronomy with biotechnology and advanced sciences. Studies in these areas prepare students for entrance into graduate plant science programs throughout the country. Recent graduates from this option are actively employed in careers in plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant pathology, nematology, environmental crop physiology, conservation, and ecology. The Department has excellent rapport with the University of California, Davis where a number of our students pursue graduate studies. Agricultural biotechnology companies actively seek graduates in this option because of their advanced science training combined with sounds fundamental agronomic training.

98. Botanical Courses On The Web
Horticulture; courses on the Web, Purdue, Department of agronomy; Departmentof Horticulture and Crop Science, The Ohio State University;
http://www.tau.ac.il/~ibs/teaching.html
Tutorial Material for Botanists
General Botany Physiology Secondary Metabolites ... Software
This page is under constant improvement. It is part of the Israeli Society of Plant Sciences site It includes links to sites related to teaching all aspects of botany.
Anybody who runs across interesting material of that kind and is willing to share it with others, is kindly requested to send us a note with the URL.
A similar site from Universite de Moncton, CANADA in French and English is temporarily unavailable.
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  • 99. Our Distance Education Program
    Our mission is to address the educational needs of our agronomy and horticultural Coursesare designed for the working professional in the agronomic and
    http://agronomy.unl.edu/distance_ed/
    Home Search FAQ Index/site map ... Help Registration:
    Academic Registration
    Noncredit and CEU Registration Other Distance Education Links:
    Entomology Courses
    Crop Management Programs Pesticide Education Crop Protection Clinics Student Resources:
    Graduate Admissions
    Tuition Financial Aid Schedule of all UNL classes and general registration ... Agronomy and Horticulture Resident Education General Links:
    Our Students
    Our Teaching Programs Our Research Programs Our Extension Programs ... UNL Home Page

    Our mission is to address the educational needs of our agronomy and horticultural clientele by providing distance education programming. Our modules help both those students needing continuing education credits (CEUs), as well as those working towards academic credit. Others take our modules as noncredit, to further their professional careers and businesses. To earn academic credit, graduate students are required to complete assignments which go beyond that expected of the CEU or noncredit students. Earned academic credits can be applied towards the Master of Agriculture Graduate Degree in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences (CASNR) at the University of Nebraska or transferred to other University programs.

    100. Agricultural Information Science And Education Courses
    AISE WebAssisted courses (Note courses taught this semester containactive links) AIS 2613, AIS 2613 Intro. to Information and
    http://www.ais.msstate.edu/AEE/courses.html
    AISE Web-Assisted Courses
    (Note: Courses taught this semester contain active links)
    AIS 2613
    Intro. to Information and Decision Science in Agro-Ecosystems
    Fall AIS 8103
    International Agricultural Education
    Fall AIS 3203
    Introduction to Technical Writing in Agricommunication
    Fall, Spring, Summer AIS 8203
    Advanced Communication in Agricultural Information Sciences
    Fall AIS 3303 Youth Organizations Spring AIS 8263 Public Relations in Agricultural and Extension Education Fall AIS 3324 Management of Agricultural Learning Systems Fall AIS 8303 Development of Youth Programs Spring AIS 3803 Leadership Development in Agriculture and Life Sciences Fall AIS 8503 Program Planning and Development in Agricultural and Information Science Fall AIS 4103/6103 Objectives and Procedures of Programs of Agricultural and Extension Education Fall AIS 8523 Teaching Out-Of-School Groups in Agricultural and Extension Education Spring ABE 4163/6163 Machinery Management for Agro-Ecosystems Spring AIS 8593 History, Philosophy, and Policy of Agricultural and Extension Education Fall AIS 4203/6203 Applications of Computer Technology to Agricultural and Extension Education Fall AIS 8703 Evaluation of Agricultural and Extension Education Programs Spring AIS 4303/6303 Applications of Information Technologies in Agricultural Learning Systems Spring AIS 8803 Applying Research Methods to Agricultural and Extension Education Fall AIS 8403 Directed Learning Experiences Fall About AISE Courses Offered Other Web Sites URL: http://ais.msstate.edu

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