Agriculture with Agronomy BSc Honours
UCAS Code: D444 (3 Years)

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Cockle Park FarmAgronomy is the science of crop production and soil management, leading to improvements in crop yield and quality.

You study wide-ranging agriculture topics in your first two years, exploring biology, soil science, nutrition, management, accounting and law.

In your third year you specialise in agronomy, learning about the production and protection of a wide range of crops (such as cereals, pulses and field vegetables).

You learn about the factors influencing major arable crops, both in the classroom and through visits to commercial and research organisations.

You'll also learn how to meet economic needs and consumer demand, and understand the impact of changing climatic conditions.

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