Vegetable Crop Production (University of Saskatchewan)

30 hours | Online | Terms 1, 2 

This course covers vegetable production on the Canadian prairies in terms of soil, climate, equipment, cultural practices, management and marketing. A wide range of crops is reviewed from vegetable crops to vines. The course provides students with information necessary to establish a vegetable operation, advise others on vegetable production, or enhance their background for employment in the vegetable industry. There is no final exam in this course.

Tuition: $485 | Credits: 3

Prerequisites: It is recommended that students complete Applied Botany and Soils for Horticulture before registering in Vegetable Crop Production.

Required Text & Materials: Diseases and Pests of Vegetable Crops in Canada: An Illustrated Compendium. Howard, Ronald J., ed. Canadian Phytopathological Society. Approximate Cost $65.95 + GST. Download this book.