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{Illinois Course Code: 18003A001} Plant Science explores plant growth concepts necessary for students who plan to study crop sciences, range science and other agronomy courses. The course discusses plant taxonomy, structure of plants, anatomy of plants, basic soil properties, essential nutrient requirements, photosynthesis, plant growth basics, propagation of plants, the role of water in plants, FFA Proficiency and local, state and national awards, and what role the Supervised Agricultural Experience Program plays with awards and applications. Upon completion of this course, the student will have gained valuable plant growth skills that will prepare students for crop science courses and/or a career in the many areas of plant sciences and agronomy.

FFA and SAEP Specific Curriculum

This course includes curriculum related to the Supervised Agriculture Education Program (SAEP) and FFA (formally Future Farmers of America). The course is designed for those student who are in FFA, are planning to become an FFA member, or are in a state that requires SAEP and FFA instruction in order for the student to become an FFA member. For more information, contact Mr. Nelson at leroy.nelson@k12.nd.us. Supervised Agriculture Education Program formerly FFA

Partner Alliance

This course offering is made possible through an alliance with Nelson Academy of Agricultural Sciences and ND CDE. NAA Online course

Course Syllabus

This computer generated PDF syllabus provides an exact outline of all topics and assignments presented to the student.

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