Fall 2019 (Oct. 29-Dec. 20)

Instructors:   Dr. Meghan Sindelar

Class No.: AGRO/HORT 896

Credits: 1 Graduate Credit

This course is offered for academic credit only.

Registration:

UNL Academic Credit via MyRed.

Description

Through reading assignments & discussion activities, this mini-course will focus on the interplay of various aspects of production systems as well as how external factors (e.g. wet spring, new insect pests) can affect various system components and management decisions. This mini course will run Oct. 29-Dec. 20, 2019.

Delivery

Internet / Canvas

Requirements

High-speed Internet access,  email, and ability to view videos.

Textbooks

There will be no textbook. However a series of Extension documents will be shared via Canvas.

Prerequisites

Admission to UNL's Graduate School and/or Agronomy and Horticulture's graduate programs.

Tuition

Academic Credit Course: For information on tuition and fees, please visit the Student Accounts website.

Who It's For

Among those who would benefit from taking this course are:

  • Graduate students interested in the management of Production Systems in Plants.