Crop Production

Crops are produced for different Purposes such as Food, Fuels and Medicine etc. Undergraduates are exposed to the different practices involved in growing crops for these purposes. Students learn about Different crops plant and Harvest Time, What seasons different crops can be planted and Harvested etc. It is a Four year bachelor's degree program and graduates of this course make good Crop farmers, Horticulturists etc.
To be Admitted into this course Aspirants are expected to take English Language, either Biology or Agricultural Science, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics in the annual UTME examination, They are also expected to have a 5 credit pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language,either Geography or Economics or Physics, Chemistry and either Biology or Agricultural Science. However we recommend that you View Jamb Brochure as Admission Requirements vary in different Universities.

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Crop Production is available in the Following Nigerian Universities:

Adamawa State University Bauchi State University
Crawford University University of Maiduguri
Federal University, of Technology, Minna Olabisi Onabanjo University
Salem University
Available as Crop Protection in:
Federal University, of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Available as Crop Prodction and Protection in:
Abia State University Obafemi Awolowo University
Available as Crop Production and Soil Science in:
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology

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