AS209B

AS 209 B - Organic Crop Production II 
 
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Session
Summer  

Description 

In this course students will engage in propagation, management, and harvesting of a large variety or vegetables and crops using organic methods.  This course will focus on crop families and the needs of these families to achieve successful yields.  Students will cover basic principles of organic soil fertility management and health through cover cropping, compost production, and crop rotation.  The course will combine lecture, reading, discussion, and practical work in the college gardens.  Students will learn about planning, planting, harvesting, post-harvest handling and marketing crops.

 

 
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