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  • Advanced Biology Logan View High School
    Be sure to ask Mr. Ready if you have any questions!
    Mr. Sid Ready Logan View High School

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  • AGRO/HORT/SOIL 153, Soil Resources, Spring 2013



  • AGRO315 - Intro to Genetics SELF-PACED NON-CREDIT COURSE

    Welcome to Basic Genetic Principles! The self-paced genetics course is intended to be completed within 6 months, although it can certainly be completed more quickly.  This course is now taught through eXtension.  Please contact Kathryn Schindler at kshindler1@unl.edu for further information on signing up for the course. Please read the Syllabus on eXtension carefully. You will find that content has been divided into 10 topic areas with 13 problem sets. Work that must be submitted for evaluation includes 13 problem set quizzes and 10 discussion posts. You must complete all coursework with an average score of 70% or better to pass the course and move on to other courses in the Plant Breeding and Genetics Certificate program. If you have questions or would like to set up an online meeting with me, please contact me at dlee1@unl.edu

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  • AGRO412/812 Crop and Weed Genetics - Incomplete, testing case
    Deana Namuth-Covert, PhD dcovert2@unl.edu
    This is a course available to advanced undergraduate students, graduate students and for non-credit professional development learners. email me for the syllabus.

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  • Association Genetics - TCAP Module
    jsherman@montana.edu
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  • ATI Soils
    Dr. Ryan Haden Agricultural Technical Institute - The Ohio State University haden.9@osu.edu
    Click on "lessons" to find entire list of PASSeL resources for soils topics.

  • BIO335: Molecular Biology (Doane College)
    Scott Dworak scott.dworak@doane.edu
    Doane College, Spring 2016 (Instructor:  Scott Dworak) This course explores the chemical and physical mechanisms that underlie genetic phenomena, from the organization and maintenance of the genome, the transmission and expression of genetic information, gene regulatory networks, molecular interactions of nucleic acids with each other and with proteins and how all of these activities govern cell structure and function.  Students will engage in a detailed study of varied aspects of molecular biology and have significant exposure to techniques used in molecular biology research. This online module comprises a few lessons associated with the "gene cloning and genetic engineering" portion of the class.  

  • CenUSA Education Material
    Deana Namuth-Covert
    What is the CenUSA Bioenergy Project? The CenUSA Bioenergy project is funded by the USDA and includes faculty and staff from 8 institutions working together to investigate perennial grasses as a feedstock for biofuels and the creation of a regional sustainable biofuels system in the Midwest. CenUSA Bioenergy Vision Our vision is to create a regional system for producing advanced transportation fuels derivedfrom perennial grasses grown on land that is either unsuitable or marginal for row crop production.  In addition to producing advanced biofuels, the proposed system will improve the sustainability of existing cropping systems by reducing agricultural runoff of nutrients and soil and increasing carbon sequestration. To learn more about the CenUSA project, please visit the CenUSA home page at http://www.cenusa.iastate.edu/ To view the educational materials we have created thus far, click on the "lessons" tab above.  Find additional quizzes by clicking on the "CenUSA Education" link under the self-paced course heading.  The left hand tabs will take you to more detailed descriptions of the CenUSA project objectives.                                                                  The CenUSA Bioenergy project is supported by Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant no. 2011-68005-30411 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.    

  • Climate Change Basics for Extension Education
    Christine E Haney Douglass chaney3@unl.edu 402-270-7225 I work from home so am available most of the time if you contact me ahead to make an appointment.
    Welcome to the instructor paced, asynchronous Climate Change Bootcamp! This course will provide you with an introduction to climate change issues.  In the course you will learn about the basics of climate change specifically in relation to Earth systems, natural processes, as well as the influence of human activity. The entire course will be run asynchronously with no scheduled meeting times.  To access course content click on the link to the left that says "Climate Change Basics for Extension Education" .  This will take you to the Moodle course management page.  If you wish to meet with an instructor for assistance, we will use an Adobe Connect room with appointment made via e-mail, chaney3@unl.edu.  To access this room simply click on the icon (with people on it) above, and enter as a guest using your name. If you would like a more detailed explanation of where to find things in the eLibrary and Moodle, please reference the video below.  While the video was designed for another course, it should be a helpful guide.  https://vimeo.com/51816243

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  • Climate Change Skepticism and Debunking for Extension Educators
    Christine E Haney Douglass chaney3@unl.edu 402-270-7225
    Welcome to the instructor paced, asynchronous Climate Change Skepticism and Debunking for Extension Educators! This course will provide you with an introduction to the skepticism surrounding climate change issues.  In the course you will learn about the basics of climate change specifically in relation to Earth systems, natural processes, as well as the influence of human activity. You will discuss and design strategies to address this skepticism within your own unique audience. The entire course will be run asynchronously with no scheduled meeting times.  To access course content click on the link to the left that says "Climate Change Skepticism and Debunking for Extension Educators" .  This will take you to the Moodle course management page.  If you wish to meet with an instructor for assistance, we will use an Adobe Connect room with appointment made via e-mail, chaney3@unl.edu.  To access this room simply click on the icon (with people on it) above, and enter as a guest using your name. If you would like a more detailed explanation of where to find things in the eLibrary and Moodle, please reference the video below.  While the video was designed for another course, it should be a helpful guide.  https://vimeo.com/51816243

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  • Collaborative Course on Computational Methods
    Deana Namuth-Covert dcovert2@unl.edu and Ashu Guru aguru2@unl.edu
    This new course designed for people in plant breeding professions, as well as those in computational/computer programming will run March 31 - May 6.  You will work through some analysis examples of large plant breeding and genetics data sets, in particular using R. Click on the link to your left (Collaborative Computational Course) to find discussion boards and course materials.  The first time you enter the course site, it will ask you to click on "enrol me" near the bottom of the screen.   Click on the Adobe Connect icon above for weekly live discussions with your instructor or to join your classmates at any time to work on projects. Email Dr. Deana if you have any problems finding your way around the course.  We look forward to having you in class!

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  • Dave Palms Soils and Soil Fertility
    Dave Palm Phone: 207-741-5877 Email:dpalm@smccme.edu or dpalmsmcc@yahoo.com
    Soils and Soil Fertility (HORT130) This is an introductory soil science course investigating the physical, biological and chemical properties of soils and the relationships between plants and soil. Areas of study include: soil sampling and testing, organic matter management and composting, water relationships, soil surveys, soil horizon interpretation, soil fertility, and plant nutrition based on the selection and use of natural and synthetic fertilizers and soil amendments. Prerequisite(s): none Corequisite(s): none

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  • Entering Mentoring
    Jamie Sherman jsherman@montana.edu Martin Matute moluwa.matute@gmail.com
    Entering Mentoring - Spring 2014 Entering Mentoring is a eight week module that will be offered February 11- April 1, 2014. The Entering Mentoring Seminar will accelerate the process of learning to be a mentor by providing an intellectual frame-work, an opportunity to experiment with different mentoring techniques, a forum to discuss mentoring dilemmas, and second-hand exposure to more students and situations through group sharing. Attendees must be actively involved in mentoring to participate. Required Group discussions of reading materials and experiences will be held on Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00am central online beginning February 11th and concluding April 1st.   

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  • Food Safety and Sanitation Course
    Georgia Jones gjone1@unlnotes.unl.edu
    Here you will find the Biotechnology lessons and quizzes used for the Food Safety and Sanitation class. Click on the Food Safety and Sanitation Course link to the left to enter the list of lessons and quizzes.  You must complete all five modules. Upon completion of each lesson, please take the quiz.  Your results will be reported to Georgia Jones. If you have any trouble with the site, quizzes, lessons, or accessing your scores, please contact Diane Nolan at dnolan2@unl.edu

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  • FOR 208 Soils:Sustainable Communities
    Ron Reuter ron.reuter@oregonstate.edu
    Home page for online lessons for COCC's FOR 208 Hybrid course

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  • Genetics - MSU
    Dr. Jamie Sherman
    Materials for Dr. Jamie Sherman's genetics course at Montana State University.

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  • Herbicidas
    Renan ragueroster@gmail.com


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  • Herbicide Mode of Action (Colorado State)
    Scott Nissen, Colorado State University Scott.Nissen@colostate.edu
    This is a set of lessons to be used by Scott Nissen for his graduate level class.

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  • Herbicides: Physiology and Mode of Action
    Renan Aguero
    This course includes lessons and animations that may be helpful for students enrolled in the Herbicides course. 

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  • Impacts of Changes in Land Ownership
    Chuck Francis cfrancis@unl.edu charles.francis@nmbu.no
    These three modules are designed for on-line interaction and experiential learning about local and global issues related to changes in land ownership, an emerging phenomenon that is re-shaping the agricultural landscape in both developed and developing countries. The loss of farmland to other uses as well as concentration of ownership have immediate effects on potentials for local food production and food sovereignty as well as access to land by limited resource and beginning farmers, while free market policies and scales of production efficiency for commodity food production clearly drive consolidation of lands in a process claimed to be the only viable way for feeding a growing global population. Research and education on these land ownership issues are vital to inform policy, development agendas, and strategies for long-term sustainability of food production, food security, food sovereignty, and ecosystem services. These modules using the open case study learning approach will guide our quest to understand the impacts of land ownership changes at both the local and the national level. The modules are being designed and offered for the first time, and we fully expect students to be key players in discovering and evaluating key references, designing materials in the courses, modifying the open-ended case method as an educational strategy, and contributing to future strategies for education about land ownership changes through the cases they develop in the course.  To access each module of course content, please click on the appropriate course link to the left to be taken to Moodle. You will need to self-enroll to reach the course. Synchronous discussions and case study presentations will be conducted in Adobe Connect. You may access the Adobe Connect classroom by clicking on the Adobe Connect link above.   For questions about the site, technical problems, or troubleshooting, please contact Deanna Leingang at Deanna.Leingang@gmail.com. Welcome to the course! Chuck Francis cfrancis2@unl.edu charles.francis@nmbu.no

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  • International Movement of Germplasm
    Anthony Parker
    Click the link under "Courses" to start   This module is a self-paced course that contains three lessons covering various topics related to international germplasm movement.  Topics covered include the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants, the International Plant Protection Convention, and the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.  The module also contains two surveys and one quiz for evaluation purposes.  By successfully completing all activities associated with this course you can earn a badge of completion to recognize your efforts.   Click on the International Movement of Germplasm Module link under "Courses" in the upper left corner to begin.     This module was supported in part by the National Research Initiative Competitive Grants CAP project 2011-68002-30029 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, adminstered by the University of California-Davis. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the USDA -NIFA.  

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  • Intro to Genetics - Module 1: Inheritance in Families and Populations

    Welcome to AGRO315 - Basic Genetic Principles!  This course has been broken into three separate modules. This link houses Module 1. You will be given 5 weeks to complete each module, and you will then move on to the content of the next module. To access the course materials, including the discussion forum, lectures, and assignments, please click on the link to the left under "Courses." This will redirect you to the Moodle page.  To access the schedule and syllabus for this course, click on the tab to the left. 

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  • Intro to Genetics - Module 2: Chromosomes, Genes, and Genomes



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  • Intro to Genetics - Module 3: Molecular Genetics



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  • Introduction to T3 - TCAP Course
    Victoria Blake
    Ask Vic for a description of the course.

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  • Irrigation Home Study Course
    Chuck Burr Extension Educator Univ of Nebraska chuck.burr@unl.edu
    The intent of this Home Study Course is to increase the user’s awareness and understanding of irrigation management concepts. This in turn can help producers reduce irrigation application amounts and increase uniformity of application, thereby reducing deep percolation and runoff. The end result can be reduced irrigation costs, increased efficiency, increased yields and reduced surface and groundwater contamination. The target audience for this course includes: crop consultants, agency personnel, irrigated crop producers and others interested in improving their irrigation water management skills. There is additional information on irrigation management on the UNL Water webpage: http://water.unl.edu/web/cropswater/home It is hoped that you find this course both helpful and enjoyable. To begin work in the course click on "Lessons" in the task bar above.  This will take you to a page where you can click on links to view each chapter.  We recommend that you print a few of the addenda, especially the Tables and the Equations.  For best printing results, set the printing properties to Portrait and, if available, to print both sides.  Upon completing a chapter you can take the quiz by clicking on the "Quiz" link included in each lesson; you may use your printed addenda while taking each quiz.  To earn CEU credit, you'll need to get 8 of 10 questions correct.  You may retake quizzes as many times as you wish. Chuck Burr Extension Educator, Univ of Nebraska chuck.burr@unl.edu  

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  • NAIPSC Online Community
    Steve Young steve.young@unl.edu
    If you are here to attend a webinar, please click the Adobe Connect icon above ^  Welcome to the NAIPSC Online Community! If you're looking for a place to exchange ideas, view articles, and hear from the experts regarding invasive plants, you've come to the right place. Feel free to browse around and check out what it is here. We would be interested to hear your thoughts or receive a comment about something related to invasive plants. If you are looking for information on the NAIPSC Web Course or Field Course, check out the NAIPSC website for details. The all new NAIPSC Web Course was held January 22-23, 2014 entirely through the internet. The 2014 NAIPSC Field Course is on break with details and registration available after January 1, 2014. By joining or registering for the NAIPSC Online Community, you automatically will receive announcements regarding the NAIPSC activities. Remember, you can also post on the discussion board questions or comments. If you participated in the 2011, 2012, or 2013 NAIPSC Field Course or 2014 NAIPSC WC please use the discussion board to tell us what you thought.   The 2011, 2012, and 2013 NAIPSC Field Courses (FC) were held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln West Central Research & Extension Center in North Platte, NE. To view a summary of the 2011, 2012, and 2013 NAIPSC FC, click the links below: 2011 NAIPSC FC Recap 2012 NAIPSC FC Recap 2013 NAIPSC FC Recap

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  • Plant Breeding Strategies - TCAP Course Module
    Jamie Sherman jsherman@montana.edu
    Plant Breeding Strategies  ***The next offering of plant breeding strategies is: To Be Determined***  Plant Breeding is critical to insure a sustainable food supply, especially now with climate  change, increasing negative impacts of abiotic and biotic stresses on production;  population growth, increasing demand for food; and increased costs for fertilizer, water  and other inputs.  Plant breeding is a complicated process that can be implemented in a  variety of ways.  There is no one plant breeding scheme that fits all situations.  Plant  Breeding Strategies will challenge students to gain understanding of the plant breeding  project with which they are affiliated.  A series of questions will guide students in  investigating breeding projects. Students will share findings so that they will be exposed  to different schemes or approaches to designing breeding programs. While a student  may focus on a single scheme, more advanced students may come to realize that  different traits are more amenable to different schemes and will be able to differentiate  between breeding approaches (see Plant Breeding Strategies overview for more  information).

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  • Plant Science 457 Fall 2012
    Tom University of Tennessee
    This class is the Weed Management Class from the University of Tennessee, or Dr. Mueller's Weed Science Class.

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  • Plant Science 634 Fall 2014
    Tom University of Tennessee
    This class is the Weed Management Class from the University of Tennessee, or Dr. Mueller's Weed Science Class.

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  • Properties and Actions of Herbicides (PROC 6601)
    Wilfredo Robles, Ph.D. Associate Professor / Weed Science University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Department of Crops and Agroenvironmental Sciences wilfredo.robles2@upr.edu
    Clase de Modo de Accion de Herbicidas   Descripción del Curso Conocer las propiedades físicas y químicas de los herbicidas y su interacción con el medio ambiente.  A su vez estudiar el modo de acción de los herbicidas y su efecto sobre la fenología, morfología, y procesos fisiológicos de las malezas.   Objetivos del Curso Proveer al estudiante entendimiento básico sobre conceptos relacionados a las propiedades físicas y químicas de los herbicidas así como también el efecto de su modo de acción en las malezas.  Entrenar a futuros profesionales en la identificación y diagnóstico del efecto causado a las malezas por el uso de herbicidas.  En adición, el curso intenta familiarizar al estudiante con la investigación científica que actualmente es realizada en esta disciplina.  

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  • PSPP 546
    William E. Dyer wdyer@montana.edu (406) 994-5063


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  • RCC BI 15
    Complete the lessons and quizzes in the lessons displayed
    Greetings.  This site is the central location for the several online lessons we will be using to complete our Riverside BI 15 labs.  To see the lesson list, click the lessons tab above.  Refer to your lab sheet to determine whcih lesson you need to be doing.

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  • Self-Paced Learning Community
    Deana Namuth-Covert dcovert2@unl.edu
    This community houses all lessons and animations that have been published to the eLibrary. If you are a registered user of the eLibrary (click here for instructions on creating an account), you may join this community to access the learning quizzes that accompany many eLibrary lessons. Please click "Join now" in the upper right corner of this box to access the quiz features of the eLibrary. To see the entire list of lessons or animations available in the eLibrary, click on the tabs above. Once you have joined this community, you may take a quiz from a lesson anywhere in the eLibrary; lessons can be accessed alphabetically from the "Lessons" tab on the eLibrary homepage, or you may view lessons by category in the branch menus.   If you have questions or comments about eLibrary learning materials, please contact us via the link at the bottom of the page. 

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  • Self-paced TCAP Quantitative Genetics
    Deana Namuth-Covert dcovert2@unl.edu
    This self-paced course will present basic elements of quantitative genetics emphasizing implications to plant breeding, as well as providing practical experience in linkage and QTL mapping.  Dr. Clay Sneller from The Ohio State University provides presentations on basic quantitative genetics concepts.  Dr.  Jamie Sherman from Montana State University provides presentations that introduce  Linkage and QTL mapping topics using the free software Mapdisto (http://mapdisto.free.fr/)  and QTLcartographer (http://statgen.ncsu.edu/qtlcart/). In this course you will go to websites and download software.  You are also welcome to do exercises using other software and compare results. Data to practice analyzing is available within the course.  After successfully completing course materials in each unit, including review quizzes, course participants will be be sent electronic badges of completion for documenting their professional development.  To begin the full course, click on the link to the left.  This course is made possible by:

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  • Seward Chemistry Course
    andy.christensen@sewardschools.org
    Chemistry course taught at Seward by Mr. Christensen

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  • Seward Small Engines
    andy.christensen@sewardschools.org
    Mr Christensen's Small Engine Class

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  • Seward Welding Course
    andy.christensen@sewardschools.org


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  • SOCR 430, Spring 2011
    pbyrne@lamar.colostate.edu
    Applications of Plant Biotechnology

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  • Soil Resources 153 Fall 2013
    Martha Mamo, mmamo3@unl.edu Tim Kettler, tkettler2@unl.edu
    Characteristics of soils in relation to their appropriate uses and protection. Principles and practices using cooperative exercises including discussion, assessment, planning, problem-solving, writing, and presentation involving all aspects of soils.

  • Sustainable Agriculture Models in the Midwest
    Instructor: Chuck Francis
    Established with the aid of a Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) grant, this project was created to offer insight into what sustainability within agriculture actually looks like. Spread across eastern Nebraska, ten different farming operations are featured across the twenty different videos. Each farmer was interviewed by a high school student from a nearby school about what their operation does, how and why they choose to manage it in a certain way, and what makes it sustainable as well as what would make it more sustainable. Each video is accompanied by a short document including an overview of the operation, teaching objectives, and several questions to foster classroom discussion. Context specific modules were created encompassing the concept of sustainability as defined by social, economic, environmental factors. These additional modules pull information from across the different farmers to illustrate an overarching concept. It is our belief that creating modules exploring these three areas will increase appeal to educators outside of vocational agriculture departments. Business classes could easily incorporate the module on Niche Marketing or Biology classes the module on Soil Health. Our belief is that the true value of this tool lies in its locality. Resources for sustainable agriculture curricula are readily accessible with a quick Internet search, but few offer the added benefit of being directly applicable to the classroom’s region. These videos bring the farmer from the field into the classroom to enhance a segment of valuable, already packed class time with ease--providing instructors with the ability to connect course concepts to a real, regional farmer. The goal is not to substitute school to farm visits, but to facilitate an easier, less time-intensive alternative to readily supplement daily course material. Discussion documents that compliment each video provide contact information for the farmers to open up the possibility for taking the process a step further and bringing the classroom out to the farm. A deeper discussion may ensue following an introductory discussion based upon the provided video segments. Further, promotion of the cross-disciplinary potential of the videos will broaden the audience of students being exposed to alternative systems of agriculture and illustrate the relatedness of agriculture to every subject.

  • TCAP Introduction to T3

    Welcome! This course is a self-paced introduction to the Triticeae Toolbox. To access the course, you must enroll in the Moodle section by clicking the link to the left under the heading "courses."

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  • TLMT327: Turfgrass Science and Management (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

    Welcome to the TLMT327: Turfgrass Science and Management's Plant & Soil Sciences eLibrary home page! Click on the "Lessons"  link above to view the required eLibrary lessons for this course, or click on "Aminations" to view lesson animations.

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  • UNL Soils Home Course
    Contact Brian Krienke with any questions. krienke.brian@unl.edu
    Welcome to the UNL Soils Home Course!   The purpose of this course is to increase the users' knowledge of soil science including the origins, physical properties and chemical properties of soil.  This will aid users in making management decisions related to soil fertility and crop production.  This in turn can improve the efficiency of fertilizer applications, reduce nutrient loss, an improve crop yields. This course is intended for crop consultants, agency personnel, crop producers, and others interested in soil science and soil fertility management. We hope you find this course to be enjoyable and informative.  To begin working in the course click on "Lessons" in the task bar above.  This will take you to a page where you can click on links to view each chapter.  Upon completing a chapter you can take the quiz by clicking on the "Quiz" link included in each lesson.  To obtain CEU credits for the Certified Crop Advisor program, you will need to earn 75% on the quiz(zes).  You may take quizzes as many times as you wish. For any questions, please contact Brian Krienke at krienke.brian@unl.edu.

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