Organic Gardening (ENVST 328) / Academic Noncredit
This course will introduce students to the biology, ecology, chemistry and geography of edible plants. During the course students will cover topics including soil chemistry, nutrient cycling, climate and water relationships, energy transfer, plant morphology and physiology, industrial agriculture and the loss of biodiversity, biological pest management, health and nutrition, and global perspectives on sustainable agriculture. Lab experiments and hands-on sessions will take place in the Edible Campus Gardens.
|Summer 2013 Section 1|
|MW||05/13/13 - 07/31/13||6:00 pm - 8:00 pm||JTB 140||Tuition: $359 + Special Fee: $25.00 = $384.00|
|Instructor: SUSAN FINLAYSON|
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