Key Learning Outcomes
1-The use of natural resources and environmental issues to gain the ability to examine the effects of agriculture
2-The importance of detailed soil maps in land use, soil survey and mapping techniques used in practice to prepare reports and maps, the ability of soil to make the classification and evaluation.
3- Soil - plant - to make fertilizer analysis and development of new methods
4-Groups of soil microorganisms that biologically the relationship between cycles and evaluate this process.
5-Geology, geomorphology and other earth science and earth science to establish the relationship and identify the land property.
6-Examine the processes of soil formation and soil physical, chemical and biological properties of recognition,
7-Examination of plant growing conditions, plant nutrition in organic farming methods based on introducing the plants to determine fertilizer needs and problems in determination and to make proposals for the solution, fertilizing techniques and fertilizer production, consumption study problems.
8-Erosion and soil types to determine the ability of water conservation projects to prepare.
9-Determine the properties of irrigation water, irrigation water to the peculiarities of chemical classification and reporting of these results to give skills Making up.
10-Determination of soil chemical properties, chemical properties, soil fertility and chemical analysis results associated with making a report interpreting the property to give them.
11-Determination of physical properties of soils, assessment and correction of inappropriate conditions in order to make new applications.