AHS 2309 LECTURE 1 - AHS 2309 OLERICULTURE II LECTURE...

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1 Prof Abukutsa OlericultureII Lecture 1 for the week of 26 th January 2015 AHS 2309: OLERICULTURE II LECTURE 1-INTRODUCTION Objective of the Lecture: Learners should be able to describe the principles of vegetable of vegetable production covered in Olericulture I and list the coverage of Olericulture II 1. I ntroduction: Olericulture 1 is the prerequisite of Olericulture 2 2. Revise Lectures 1-6 of Olericulture I a. Lecture 1-Introduction b. Lecture 2- Importance and Classification of vegetable crops c. Lecture 3- Concepts and Principles 1: Domestications of vegetables d. Lecture 4- Concepts and Principles 2: Vegetable Production systems e. Lecture 5- Concepts and Principles 3: climatic adaptation, propagation and soil aspects f. Lecture 6 - Concepts and Principles 4: Vegetable Industry in Kenya Coverage of Olericulture II-14 Lectures Lecture Description 1. Introduction (Recap of AHS 2302- Olericulture I)
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