AGRICULTURE

SCHOOL OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE

Welcome to the School of Tropical Agriculture. The school will be  composed of eight departments:  Soil Science, Plant Science, Animal Science, Rice production, Plant Pathology, Cattle and Poultry production, and Forestry and Wetland Management.

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Soil Science

Plant Science

The Department of Plant Science will offer Certificate, Associate, and B.Sc. Degree in General Plant Science, Plant Breeding, and Plant Pathology. Plant Breeding increases food production (http://ag4impact.org/book/)

Animal Science

Welcome to the Department of Animal Science. We provide AA and BSc.

Rice Production

Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza glaberrima or Oryza sativa. As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia and Africa. (Wikipedia)

Plant Pathology

The School of Tropical Agricultural will offer Certificates, Associate, and B.Sc. Degree in Plant Pathology to students who have satisfied the requirements. Common plant diseases that can affect crops, tree crops, etc. and their  identifications, and methods of preventions will be study. Laboratory classes will help students identify these diseases under the microscopes before applying the knowledge in the field.

Forestry and Wetland Management

Welcome to the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources : We offer  Associate and B.Sc. Degree in General Forestry, Urban Forestry, and Horticulture, and Wetland Management. Plant Breeding increases food production (http://ag4impact.org/book/)

Cattle and Poultry Production

Extension Services

The School of Tropical Agriculture will teach and train students to gain and utilize skills acquired in Soil, Plant Science, and Plant pathology to educate local farmers about their crops performance. Soil and plant samples will be deliver to the lab for analysis in order to provide solutions to plant diseases and soil infections problems.