Nutr 241A Agricultural Science and Policy I, Fall 2006

Nutr 241A Agricultural Science and Policy I, Fall 2006 course highlights the relevance of natural resource conservation for ensuring healthy agricultural, food and environmental systems, as well as the various approaches for implementing it. Nutr 241A Agricultural Science and Policy I, Fall 2006 course, the first of two semesters, focuses on soils, water, air and energy. The second semester delves into plant nutrients, plant- pest interaction, crop breeding, and livestock production. Classroom discussions and debates explore the present status of natural resources and their management practices in the context of scientific evidence and policy making. These are complemented with field laboratories and trips to research stations and farms.  This improves understanding of the scientific concepts and provides additional exposure to the forces driving American agriculture

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