School of Agriculture
"Where You Can Find The Best Agricultural Knowledge, And Hope You the Best Wishes In Our Campus"
0601430 Crop Ecology
Course Description :

The course present and discuss the nature of agricultural systems. Crop production: productivity, stability, sustainability, yield variation. Community concepts: monoculture vs. mixed cropping, competition, community change, biomass accumulation, growth rate and analysis. Physical and chemical environment as related to crop communities. Agricultural resources management through the combination of ecological concepts and cropping practices.

Department :Horticulture and Crop Science
Program :Bachelor in Horticulture and Crop Science
Course Level :Bachelor
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