The Field Crops: Species & Management Project will provide you with general knowledge on crop management and introduce you to scientific, technological and environmental factors that can influence crop production.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The basics of Ontario field crop species and production techniques
- How to identify plants and seeds of the commonly grown crops in Ontario
- How to market field crops
- Problem-solving, judging, communication and leaderships skills
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Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security
Did you know?
There are four weather and environmental factors that can increase or reduce crop yields – sunshine, frost, wind and rain! Learn more about growing field crops in Ontario with this 4-H project.