Introduction To Agronomy

Duration: 5 hours

Agronomy can be broadly defined as the practice and study of field crops for use as human food, animal feed,
fibre and oilseed production, and some industrial products. Agronomic practices refers to field crops such as wheat and cotton but does not cover vegetable, fruit, forestry and flower crops. In this course, you'll learn about types of crops to grow, plant structure and function, crop development phases, plant life cycles, selection, and more.



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