PLAS 435 or AGRO/HORT/NRES 835 – Agroecology


Instructor(s): Dr. Charles Francis

Number of Credit Hours: 3

Description: Integration of principles of ecology, plant and animal sciences, crop protection, and rural landscape planning and management for sustainable agriculture. Includes natural and cultivated ecosystems, population and community ecology, nutrient cycling, pest management, hydrologic cycles, cropping and grazing systems, landscape ecology, biodiversity, and socioeconomic evaluation of systems.

Prerequisites: Admission to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Successful completion of a minimum of 12 hours of biological or agricultural science courses.

Questions About This Course or How to Register? Contact Lisa Hilfiker at or (402) 472-8393.