Integrated Pest Management for Sustainable Agriculture

Course Code: AGCR-1070
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Course Description

This course will survey local agricultural pests, including weeds and diseases and their impact on crops in Central Texas. Emphasis will be placed on building and maintaining healthy soil, plant and insect biological cycles as key to ecological pest control. The course will focus on identification of pest problem and sustainable methods of integrated pest management including cultural, biological, physical control methods. Chemical control methods described will be such that are least toxic and permissible by the National Organic Program standards.

For questions regarding this course, please contact Marissa Lankes.

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2018 Summer Semester
Elgin Campus
Jul 16th - Aug 22nd
MW @ 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
8 Seats Avail.
2018 Fall Semester
Elgin Campus
Oct 22nd - Nov 14th
MW @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
15 Seats Avail.

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