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Training students to develop special skills in production of vegetables, fruit trees and ornamentals. Students will practice all agricultural practices in plant production
Fourth Year
The course provides deeper knowledge of the factors and interactions affecting the structure and functions of crop production systems. The course include project work, individual and in groups.
This course deals with the development and importance of agriculture in the world, Arab world and in Jordan. The course also covers the agricultural environment in Jordan, elements of production, plant production in dry land and irrigated areas, animal production, marketing of agricultural products, mechanization in agriculture, and finally the different organization dealing with agricultural activities in Jordan. Agricultural development plans and their effect on the agricultural sector in Jordan
First Year
Economical and nutritional importance. Botanical classification. Most important field crops: botanical description, origin, areas of production, environmental requirements, suitable soil, fertilization, land preparation sowing rates and dates, operations after sowing, maturity, harvesting and utilization.
Second Year
This course assess the role of forages in a productive, sustainable agriculture, identify the major forage crops, develop an understanding of the principle of sound forage crop management, including harvesting and utilization. Also explains how management affects growth, stand persistence, and physiological changes of forage crops.
Second Year
Economic importance, geographical distribution, origin, plant classification plant description, suitable environment, agricultural practices, methods of utilization
Third Year
Forage plant development, population dynamics and growth behavior patterns; applications of ecological and physiological principles of forage management; principles and practices of forage crops investigations.
From a sustainable development perspective, promoting a balance between agricultural development, its social acceptability, and environmental protection for the benefit of future generations is an excellent means of conserving resources like water and soil.
Third Year