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Sustainable Agriculture Grades 6-8 Richland Community College,
Sustainable Agriculture Relationships among crops, animals, and soil Long-term productivity Key practices Richland Community College,
Small Acreage Farming Large industrial farms Small sustainable farms Synthetic fertilizers Richland Community College,
Crop Rotation Soybeans supply nitrogen Corn uses nitrogen Richland Community College,
Organic Fertilizers Composting Rebuilding soil Richland Community College,
Organic Pest Control Organic vs. chemical pesticides Beneficial insects 6 6
Pollination by Honeybees Nectar, pollen, & honey Pollination for fruits and vegetables Richland Community College,
Animal Welfare Quality of life Free range farming Natural diet 8 Richland Community College,
Practicing Sustainable Agriculture Increase in sustainability Variety in acreage Sustainable agriculture at home 9 Richland Community College,
References Slide 1: “Richland’s Farm.” Image. Richland.edu Dec Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 1.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 2.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 3.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 4.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 5.” Jpg. Slide 3: Harrington, J.C. “Industrial Farm.” Photo. Diginn.com 12 June Dec Slide 3: Stanley, Callie. “Plot.” Jpg. Slide 4: “Soybean Field.” Photo. Infiniteunknown.net 29 Dec Dec Slide 4: Melon Acres. “Corn Field.” Photo. Melonacres.com Dec Slide 5: “Compost Box.” Photo. Idreamofeden.wordlpress.com 10 May Dec Kramer, Judy and the EV. “Soil.” Evols.org 15 June Dec Slide 6: Stanley, Callie. “Worm Girl.” Jpg. ‘Ladybug.” Photo. Ladybugindoorgardens.com Dec Slide 7: Kimber, John. “A honeybee gathers pollen.” Photo. Nationalgeographic.com 29 Dec Dec Slide 8: Stanley, Callie. “Confused Chickens.” Jpg. “Happy Cows.” Photo. Beltane Ranch Dec Slide 9: “Richland’s Peppers” Image. Richland.edu Dec Richland Community College,
Sustainable Agriculture Grades K-2 Richland Community College,
Wind Energy Grades K-2 Richland Community College,
What is Agriculture? Agriculture is the science of farming, which is raising crops like corn, cotton, soybeans, peanuts and raising animals like cows,
Applications of sustainability on the farm Sustainable Small Farming and Ranching.
Wind Energy Grades Richland Community College,
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Review for Test The agricultural revolution is characterized by the domestication of plants and animals. When did the agricultural revolution take.
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1 Agricultural Methods and their effect on biodiversity and the environment.
Why Study Food Science?. 1. biodiversity 2. entrepreneurs 3. entry-level jobs 4. integrated pest management (IPM) 5. sustainable farming.
Applications of sustainability on the farm. Examples of sustainable practices on the farm: Practices which protect and improve soils, conserve, recycle.
Farming Comparisons of Different Methods. Subsistence Growing food for your own use.
ALL ABOUT POLLINATORS Madelyn Morris, M.S. in Education.
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By Kizer Lifecycle Colony Honey Pollination Jobcells.
In the rural areas of Kentucky, agriculture is the science or practice of farming. Since Gallatin county has fertile soil, there are many fields crop.
The Nature of Agriculture – Deficiencies in Food Production.
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Sustainable Agriculture UNIT 1 – SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CIA4U.
Review Food and Agriculture Test. 1 The agricultural revolution is characterized by the domestication of plants and animals. When did the agricultural.
Agriculture. In NC North Carolina Farm Facts Farms in North Carolina - 52,400+ Land in Farms - 8,600,000 acres + Average size of Farm acres + Farm.
Symbiosis Learning outcomes To know the following interspecies relationships and examples of each: 1. parasitism 2.mutualism.
Mike Ryan Campus Farm Manager. o Executive Director- Jay Antle o Farm Manager- Mike Ryan o Waste Minimization- Michael Rea o Curriculum Incorporation-
Non GM Methods of Controlling Aphids in Cereals Lawrence Woodward.
Nutrition Organic Foods. What does Organic mean? that it has been produced without the use of artificial chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides. it has.
Types of Agriculture LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.TO DEFINE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF AGRICULTURE 2.TO EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENT FACTORS AFFECTING THESE TYPES OF AGRICULTURE.
Pollination. Pollination Important Terms Pollination – transfer of pollen Pollination – transfer of pollen –Self or cross Fertilization – union of &
Insects By Room 9. Monarch Butterfly By Amber The adult butterfly tastes bad to most animals. They use their tongue to drink nectar. They live in North.
Pollination and pollinators. Many types of pollinators.
Enterprise Ideas Sustainable Small Farming & Ranching.
Alternative agricultural systems. Organic Agriculture Agriculture that relies on crop rotation, green manure, compost, biological pest control, and mechanical.
Types of Agriculture. Large Scale Agriculture Also called Industrial Agriculture. Very few farmers Very large farms Produce a lot of food Normally.
Which alternative energy source has the most potential for North Carolina? Which source comes in second?
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A B ee C ool of BEES Find the Treasure. How many kinds of bees are there? There are 10, ,000 species of bee. Many are wasp-like and fly-like.
Looking at Agricultural Sustainability Sustainable Small Farming & Ranching Understanding “Sustainability” and “Whole Farm” Concepts.
Animal Waste Digesters. Bio-diesel Bio diesel can be made with many different plant residues, weedy species, algae Depending on the source, bio-diesel.
USING APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. DEFINITION OF AGRISCIENCE IT IS THE USE OF SCIENCE IN PRODUCING -FOOD-FIBER-SHELTER APPLIED SCIENCE ANSWERS.
We do it the Green Way !. A road to a sustainable company.
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