COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Field Crops * TYP   211 3 2 2 3

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. Adem Emin ANLARSAL
Instructors
Prof. Dr.ADEM EMİN ANLARSAL1. Öğretim Grup:A
Prof. Dr.FARUK TOKLU1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
The purpose of this course is to give basic knowledges on the importance of forage crops, vegetative and generative characteristics of the forage plants, growing techniques of some important forage plants as well as on the sutainable management principles of meadow and pasture acosystems.
Content
The scope of course can be outlined in three phases: 1. role and importance of forage grasses for animal production and environment. Grass establishment and maintenance 2. role and importance of forage legumes for animal production and environment and soil fertility. Cultivation of Legumes 3. role and importance of grasslands, range management

Learning Outcomes
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Makes aplication of engineering design of irrigation systems and conducts tests about the materıals used ın these systems and preapares reports
X
2
Developes and implements strategies for wastewater, drainage water, runoff water such as treated waste water re-use of non-conventional water without adversely affecting the environment, makes laboratory analysis about saline alkali soils and water suita
X
3
Prepares project about soil and water structures, animal houses, storage structures and crop production structures. Analyzes in terms of static and strength. Determines the properties of materials used in construction and makes the relevant tests.
X
4
Designs crop production systems, controls environmental domestic conditions and operates, makes the selection of materials to be used, tests and prepares a report.
X
5
Designs and projects small dams, ponds. Prepares and implements flood action plans within the scope of integrated watershed management.
X
6
Developes and implement s strategies of sustainable water management for the purposes of protecting water resources and agricultural production.
X
7
Developes and implements irrigation programmes using the soil-plant-water relations and soil engineering properties
X
8
Prepares land consolidation projects and applies. Provides farm developing systems. Prepares and implements rural development projects.
X
9
Exposes the problems about soil and water conservation (erosion) and water harvesting, prepares and implements the project.
X
10
Etudes drainage of agricultural lands, plans drainage systems,prepares projects and makes aplications, selects materials to be used, tests and prepares a report
X
11
Plans activities related to operation, maintenance and repairs irrigation network,developes project formulations in monitoring and evaluations, operates the irrigation networks.
X
12
Works independently and takes responsibility
X
13
Has the ability to design and apply analytical, modelling and experimental researches,and acquires the skill of analyzing and interpreting the complex issiues occured during this process .
X
14
Creates effective solutions for sustainable agricultural production
X
15
Accesses to the resources in the field, uses of these resources and continuous self-improvement
X
16
Developes projects to protect natural resources like water,and offers the benefit to society, using the information of basic engineering, basic agricultural engineering and agricultural structures and irrigation engineering .
X
17
Has the ability to analyze problems ,make decisions and solve about professional subjects
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 The systematics of temperate cereals, adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
2 Morphology and growth features of temperate cereals and explaining the techniques of growing Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
3 Systematics of Summer-season cereal , adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
4 Summer-season cereal morphology, growth and development.Explaining the morphological features Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
5 Fiber crop systematics, adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
6 Oil crop systematics, adaptation, marketing. Explaining the techniques of growing Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
7 Starch and sugar beet crop systematics, adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
8 Medicinal and aromatic crop systematics, adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
9 Midterm examination Preparation for the examination
10 Tobacco and herbal crop systematics, adaptation, marketing. Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
11 Food legumes systematics, adaptation, morphology, agronomy and marketing, Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
12 Food legumes systematics, adaptation, morphology, agronomy and marketing, Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
13 Forage crops systematics, adaptation, morphology, agronomy and marketing, Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
14 Forage crops systematics, adaptation, morphology, agronomy and marketing, Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
15 Forage crops systematics, adaptation, morphology, agronomy and marketing, Reading lecture notes from the course and other books
16-17 Final examination Preparation for the examination

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
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