Fundamentals in Applied Agronomy - Nutrient Management
Fundamentals in Applied Agronomy—Nutrient Management is an introductory crops and soils course designed for the practitioner hoping to build their knowledge and skills in the topics that are most needed for a Certified Crop Adviser. Topics include the basic concepts of soil fertility and plant nutrition, the nitrogen cycle, soil and tissue analysis and interpretation, fertilizers, manures, and other nutrient sources, fertilizer additives, calculations, soil pH, liming, and soil amendments, among many others. The course is taught using distance education technology, but a variety of practical examples and case situations will be woven into content delivery to maximize understanding and its application in the field. Whether you are personally involved in production agriculture, advising farmers as an agricultural retailer or consultant, a representative for an agricultural business or government agency, or just looking to build your expertise, this course will cover topics that should be of direct interest to you. While this course is not designed to teach a student how to take the Certified Crop Adviser exams or to cover all the topics included in local or International performance objectives, it will complement an individual’s preparation in becoming a Certified Crop Adviser or Certified Professional Agronomist.
You have 30 days to complete this course after purchase.
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September 01, 2013
American Society of Agronomy
Nutrient Management : 6.00
Soil Science Society of America
Professional Meetings: 6.00
Member/Certified Professional Price:$165.00