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Agronomy and Soils

Agronomy and Soils students study the complex processes of plants and composition of soil in which they grow and the plant-soil relationship associated with production of agronomic crops for food, fuel and fibers. A balance of coursework in crop science and soil science prepare students for careers in production of agronomic crops.
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Degree Details

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: Agriculture
Concentration: Agronomy and Soils

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School of Agriculture
Oakley Hall 145
(931) 372-3019
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