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Botany Courses: BTNY 51700

Course Number

BTNY 51700

Description

Offered weeks 1 - 5. This five-week miniclass teaches students the disease cycles and principles and practices for identifying and managing diseases of agronomic crops. The course is designed for students in plant protection, agronomy, entomology, and other areas who desire an intensive study of diseases of agronomic crops grown in Indiana. Primary emphasis is given to symptomatology, etiology, and disease management through in-depth study of major diseases affecting corn, soybeans, small grains, and forage crops. Special emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of IPM management systems.

Credit(s)

1

Offered

Fall Semester Odd Years

Year

2015

Instructor(s)

Kiersten Wise

Course Name

Diseases of Agronomic Crops

Category

 

Attachments

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