AGRI 426 - Agronomic Crop Production

A study of agronomic crop production principles for major crops in Kansas and the Great Plains region. Designed for students interested in crop consulting and general farming practices; included are insect, disease and weed identification, along with the study of irrigation, planting, and harvesting practices. A three-hour lecture with a requirement of one field trip during the semester.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Has completed AGRI112, AGRI305, AGRI423, Permission for AGRI426
Last updated: 05/23/2022