Courses > AGR180 - Fall Vegetable Gardening Practices
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Fall vegetable growing practices for the home/market gardener and small farmer. Presents specific cultural practices for fall vegetables, herbs, and cover crops. Introduces basic concepts and techniques in the following areas: season extension, evaluation of sites and soils, propagation, irrigation, pests and disease, weeds, composting, soil building, soil preparation, pruning, and harvesting. Emphasizes organic/sustainable practices, but includes presentation and discussion of conventional practices as well.
1 hours lecture 3 hours labratory
Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit