COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Soil science and Plant Nutrition BBP   211 3 2 3 5

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof.Dr. İbrahim ORTAŞ
Instructors
Prof.Dr.İBRAHİM ORTAŞ1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
Given basic information on soil science and formation of soil. Based on the soil ability to identify the land, land use and soil classification in accordance with the principles of ecological agriculture. Protection of soil against unauthorized use an as well as misuse of soil fertility and plant nutrition alongside the creation of a healthy and balanced plant nutrition programs. Soil as a sources plant and water resources. Soil sustainable use and management is the main focus of the teaching for the students.
Content
Stages of the processes of soil formation and soil physical, chemical, biological characteristics, soil microbial activity, pH, lime and plant root systems in nutrient effects on the individual characteristics of plant nutrients and fertilizer for plants. Also the importance of evaluation of land-use.

Learning Outcomes
1) To know how the soil is formed and developed with which mechanisms.
2) To know the methods of soil analysis and soil knowledge
3) Plant nutrients and fertilization programs, and which methods may apply.
4) Soil physical properties learns
5) Soil biology and organic matter may
6) Know the methods of soil improvement and.
7) Know the management of soil and plant
8) To understand the principles of ecological agriculture, organic agriculture, sustainable of agriculture
9) midd term exam
10) Phosphorus mycorrhiza relation is important for ecological agriculture
11) The soil forms of potassium are important for the plant and the use of fertilizers and fertilizers
12) Iron, zinc, manganese and copper in the form of soil flour for plant importance and fertilizing and fertilizer use
13) The forms of phosphorus in the soil are important for the plant and fertilizing and fertilizer use.
14) Sodium, calcium and magnesium forms in the soil are important for the plant and fertilizing and fertilizer use
15) Classification of land and land use