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FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF LAVRAS

CROP SCIENCE DEPARTAMENT

DISCIPLINES

 

GAG 101 – GENERAL AGRICULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professors: Élberis Pereira Botrel

Joyce Dória Rodrigues Soares

Antônio Decarlos Neto

 

The origin and importance of Agriculture. Plants and environmental. General soil and environmental conservation practices. Green manure. Soil preparation. Animal traction. Plant propagation. Forages conservation.

 

T:0h / P:51h

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GAG102 – FUNDAMENTALS OF SCIENCE RESEARCH IN AGRICULTURE (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Wilson Magela Gonçalves

 

Basic principles for research in agriculture. Scientifically and technical investigation. How to write a scientific paper: data analysis, interpretation and contextualization. Items of one scientific paper. Analysis and organization of results from a research. Techniques for preparing an oral presentation of the scientific data. Research project: defining the problem an planning the experiments. How to write a project.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG103 – SEED PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGY (CR: 4)

 

Professors: Maria Laene Moreira de Carvalho

João Almir de Oliveira

Renato Mendes Guimarães

Édila Vilela Rezende Von Pinho

 

Seed importance in agriculture. Production, processing, storage and seed quality control. Seed physiology. Technology of the seeds production, drying, processing and storage. Politics of seeds production and commercialization  in Brazil.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG104 – WEED CONTROL (CR: 3)

 

Professors: Itamar Ferreira de Souza

Adenilson Henrique Gonçalves

 

This course has the proposal of teaching the students weed biology and control to better understand crop-weed interactions and weed management. Classes under field conditions are also taught to show calibration of herbicide sprayers and weed survey including common weed names.

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG105 – GENERAL OLERICULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professors: Luciane Vilela Rezende

Luiz Antônio Augusto Gomes

Valter Andrade Carvalho Junior

Wilson Roberto Maluf

 

 

Introduction to vegetable crop production.  Vegetable production technology and commercialization. Vegetable crop agribusiness. Eco-physiology of vegetable production.  Vegetable production management: principles of plant nutrition, fertilization, irrigation, methods of disease and pest control.   Vegetable propagation and seed production.  Organic vegetable farming. Protected cultivation of vegetables.

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG106 – PLANT BREEDING METHODS (CR: 4)

 

Professors: Adriano Teodoro Bruzi

Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

Samuel Pereira Carvalho

Wagner Pereira Reis

 

 

Importance of plant breeding and its contribution to society.  Origin and Evolution of Cultivated Plants. Origin Center and Diversity. Plant Genetic Resources : Germplasm bank. Reproductive systems of cultivated plants and their implications in plant breeding. Breeding methods applied to self-pollinated plants: Introduction, Selection and Hybridization. Use of Hybridization in self-pollinated plants. Back Crossing applied to self-pollinated plants. Recurrent Selection applied to self-pollinated plants. Breeding methods applied to allogamous plants. Inbreeding and Heterosis. Inbred Lines. Hybrid Cultivars: Importance and hybrids types. Adaptability and phenotypic stability and its implications in plant breeding. The use of biotechnology in plant breeding.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG107- EVALUATIONS AND INSPECTIONS (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Wilson Magela Gonçalves

 

 

T: 51h / P: 0h

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GAG108 – GENERAL FRUIT CROPS (CR: 4)

 

Professores: Rafael Pio

Antônio Decarlos Neto

Leila aparecida Salles Pio

Márcio Ribeiro do Vale

José Darlan Ramos

Nilton Nagib Jorge Chalfun

 

Introduction of fruit crops, economic, social and eating fruits aspects, classification of fruit according to the climate, botany and morphology, buds structures and stems, ecophysiology of temperate climate fruit trees, propagation systems, planning and implementation of orchards, purchasing and planting of fruit seedlings, cultivation, pruning fruit trees, flowering control, orchard management in the pre and post-harvest and post-harvest and physiology of fruits post-harvest.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG109 – BIOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professores: Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

Adriano Teodoro Bruzi

Moacir Pasqual

 

Basic concepts and its application on development, optimization, control and expansion in the biotechnological processes involving microorganisms, animal cells or enzymes. Enter discussions about the impact of biotechnology in various productive sectors mainly Agriculture (fertilizers, pesticides, transgenic plants). Recombinant DNA technology. Methods to obtain transgenic plants and in vitro regeneration. Use of markers applied to plant biotechnology. Transgenic plants: Risks, benefits, and biosafety.

 

T: 34h / P: 17h

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GAG110 – ABACATEIRO E GOIABEIRA (CR: 2)

 

Professores: Márcio Ribeiro do Vale

Leila Aparecida Salles Pio

 

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG111 – Organic Agriculture: Implementation and operation (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Joyce Dória Rodrigues Soares

 

History and importance of organic agriculture; standards for construction and operation; basic procedures for installation of organic farming; organic fertilizer from plant and animal; processed organic compounds; control of pests and diseases in organic agriculture; and potential market for organic products.

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG112 – ANÁLISE PAISAGÍSTICA E PROJETO DE JARDINAGEM (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Silvério José Coelho

 

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG113 – APLICAÇÕES DA CULTURA DE TECIDOS VEGETAIS NA HORTICULTURA (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Moacir Pasqual

 

The main applications of plant tissue culture related to propagation and plant breeding will be presented, focusing on all the technical and intrinsic processes. A practical approach will be conducted using research that is being conducted with some ornamental plants, fruit trees and vegetable crops.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG114 – ARBORIZAÇÃO URBANA (CR: 2)

Professor: Silvério José Coelho

 

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG115 – BANANEIRA, PINEAPPLE, AND MANGO (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Leila Aparecida Salles Pio

 

General aspects involving botany, taxonomy, propagation, implementation and conduct of culture, harvest, post-harvest and marketing of tropical fruits. Fruit: banana, pineapple and mango.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG116 – BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF WEEDS (CR: 3)

 

Professors: Itamar Ferreira de Souza

Adenilson Henrique Gonçalves

 

This course leads to students in agronomy and biology acknowledgements on weed biology and its interactions with ecosystems. Further, these interactions are extended to wee-crop-ecosystem and weed ecophysiology. Students are suggested to go to field and learn the importance of soil management effects on weed populations and then agroecosystems. Finally, weed management methods are chosen to grow crops in a sustainable way.

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG117 – COFFEE SCIENCE (CR: 4)

 

Professors: Rubens José Guimarães

Antônio Nazareno Guimarães Mendes

Virgílio Anastácio da Silva

 

Coffee history in the world and in Brazil. Coffee business in Brazil and worldwide. Morphology and physiology of coffee. Practical aspects of coffee botany and description of the plant. Genetics and breeding of coffee. Coffee seedlings production. Implementation of the crop. Climate and soil for coffee. Pruning of coffee. Coffee Nutrition: extraction of nutrients, lime and gypsum. Interpretation of the results of soil and leaf analysis; symptoms of deficiency and toxicity of nutrients. Crop management with intercalary crops. Major pests and diseases of coffee. Coffee harvesting: manual, mechanical and selective. General aspects of post-harvest processing and drying. General coffee marketing. Regulating machinery and implements used in coffee farming.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG118 – CITRUS PRODUCTION (CR: 2)

 

Professor: José Darlan Ramos

 

The discipline Citrus production is offered on an annual basis having as mainly objective to allow the students be updated in relation to this theme, considering both national and international situation. For that, expositive classes with contents related to the management of the crop, perspectives and innovations in the sector. In this context, it is thought to give a general view, in important themes such as Origin, Dispersions, Botanic, Classification, Propagation, Biotechnology, Planning, Plant establishment and  management.  For the evaluations, it is encompass the theoretical and practical classes given by the teacher, in addition to practical and theoretical works, and seminars performed by the students.

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG119 – COTTON CULTIVATION (CR: 2)

Professor: Antônio Carlos Fraga

 

Historical and global economic importance. Botanical aspects. Agroclimatic zoning of Cotton production. Seeds obtaining and plant breeding. Plant Nutrition. Cultural practices. Control of pests and diseases. Harvest and postharvest. Fibers.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG120 – CULTIVO DE PLANTAS ORNAMENTAIS  (CR: 3)

Professor: Silvério José Coelho

 

 

T: 34h / P: 17h

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GAG121 – MEDICINAL, AROMATIC AND SPICES HERBS (CR: 4)

 

Professors: Suzan Kelly Vilela Bertolucci

José Eduardo Brasil Pereira Pinto

 

Introduction. Plant metabolism and main classes of secondary metabolites. Factors affecting secondary metabolite production. Cultivation, propagation, harvesting, drying, processing, marketing and sale of medicinal, aromatic and spice herbs. Quality control and handling of medicinal plants, aromatic and spice herbs. Main native and exotic species of medicinal plants, aromatic and spice herbs.

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG122 – TISSUE CULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professores: José Eduardo Brasil Pereira Pinto

Suzan Kelly Vilela Bertolucci

 

Introduction of Tissue Culture (History). Application of tissue culture. Glossary of tissue culture terms. Laboratory organization and accommodation (design). The components of culture media. Preparation of stock solution and preparation of nutrient media. Growth regulators. Preparing plant material for culture (decontamination, surface sterilants). Establishment culture in vitro. Problems in initiating and maintaining culture in vitro. a) Blackening or browning; b) Decline in vigour; c) Necrosis; d) Hyperhydricity (vitrification). Factors affecting growth and morphogenesis – explant influence. Factors affecting growth and morphogenesis – physical environment influence. Morphogenesis in vitro – Physiologic base of plant regeneration in vitro and organogenesis as development process. Micropropagation methods  a) Meristem tip culture; b) Nodal segment culture; c) Shoot Apex culture (shoot culture); d) Embryogenesis culture (direct or indirect). Rooting and  acclimatization.

 

17h / P: 34h

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GAG124 – SORGHUM AND CASSAVA CROPS  (CR: 2)

 

Professores: Élberis Pereira Botrel

Renzo Garcia Von Pinho

 

Origin, historical, economic and social importance, the main producer Brazilian States, morphology, physiology, soil and climate requirements, installation and plant maintenance, rotation and consortium, plant nutrition, development, harvest and postharvest, production costs, industrial and animal uses for the crops of cassava and sorghum.

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG127 – INDUSTRIAL FIBROUS (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Antônio Carlos Fraga

 

Textile fibers. Characteristics of textile fibers. Processing, sorting and storage. Fiber industrialization. Systems fibrous industrial production plants. Use of industrial fibers.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG128 – FLORICULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira Paiva

 

General information about cut flower production, including physiology of the ornamental plants, agronomical aspects about the production of the mainly species, harvest, postharvest, storage and commercialization. Flower production network, local, national and international market.

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG129 – SUNFLOWER (CR: 2)

Professor: Antônio Carlos Fraga

 

History and world sunflower production. Economical importance. Botany. Sunflower agroclimatic zoning. Plant breeding. Plant nutrition. Cultural practices. Control of pests and diseases. Harvest and postharvest. Oil and sunflower by-products.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG132 – MARACUJAZEIRO E MAMOEIRO (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Leila Aparecida Salles Pio

 

EMENTA: A disciplina onde estão inseridas as culturas do Mamoeiro e Maracujazeiro será ministrada, objetivando tentar despertar nos alunos o interesse e criatividade para resolução de problemas inerentes ao tema em questão. Serão discutidas questões e hipóteses, relativas à importância da cultura, situação atual, perspectivas, variedades, propagação, planejamento, implantação e tratos culturais.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG134 – NO-TILLAGE SYSTEM: IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Élberis Pereira Botrel

 

Introduction; history and importance of no-tillage system; decision and planning to implementation and maintenance; soil fertility management in no-till; rotation and crop succession; cover crops; weeds in no-till system; machines and implements for no-till and system implementation methods.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG136 – VEGETABLE CROP PRODUCTION: LEAFY VEGETABLES, COLE CROPS AND CUCURBITS (CR: 4)

 

Professor: Wilson Roberto Maluf

 

Production of lettuce and other leafy vegetables, cole crops (collard greens, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli) and cucurbits (squashes and pumpkins, cucumbers, muskmelons, watermelons, chayottes): cultivars and cultivar groups, propagation methods, horticultural practices, physiological anomalies, pests and diseases, harvest and commercialization.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG137 – PRODUÇÃO DE HORTALIÇAS BULBOSAS E TUBEROSAS (CR: 2)

Professor: Valter Andrade Carvalho Junior

 

Presentation and discussion of the production technologies of bulbous and tuberous vegetables. Botany, climate requirements and cropping systems. Cultural practices and aspects of harvesting, curing, grading and marketing of bulbs and tuberous roots (onion, garlic, carrots, beets, Peruvian carrot and sweet potato.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG138 – VEGETABLE PRODUCTION IN ORGANIC SYSTEM (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Luiz Antônio Augusto Gomes

 

Vegetable production planning for organic system. Vegetable propagation to organic production system. Implantation and management of the vegetable crop in organic system. Use the greenhouse to produce organic vegetable. Marketing of organic vegetables. Importance of genetic improvement for the production of organic vegetables. Production planning for organic system.

 

T: 17h / P: 34h

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GAG140 – CASTOR BEANS CULTIVATION (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Antônio Carlos Fraga

 

Historic and economical importance of castor beans cultivation. Botany. Agro-climatic zoning of the castor beans. Seeds obtaining and new varieties production. Plant nutrition. Cultural practices. Control of pests and diseases. Harvest and postharvest. Oils and co-products.

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG141 – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Carlos Maurício Paglis

 

The aim of this course is to give to the students the basic knowledge of how computers are being used to improve farm productivity. To achieve that the subjects studied are: IT Introduction, Computer Hardware and Software, Operational Systems, Internet and Social Network in Agriculture, Geographic Information System, Remote Sensing, Precision Agriculture, Agriculture Automation, Decision Support Systems in Agriculture and Crop Models and Simulation. Depending on the demands this course can be taught in English language..

 

T: 0h / P: 51h

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GAG142 – TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUTION FRUIT TREE SHOOTS (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Antônio Decarlos Neto

 

Introduction and general considerations about the propagation of fruit plants; propagation by seed (sexual) and their use; vegetative propagation (asexual) and their use; vegetative propagation processes; cutting, theoretical and practical aspects; layering, theoretical and practical aspects; grafting, theoretical and practical aspects;  infrastructure and equipment used in the propagation of fruit plants; substrates and cultivation containers; legislation for production and commercialization of fruit nursery tree; production technology of citrus nursery tree; production technology of tropical fruit nursery tree; production technology  of temperate fruit nursery tree (peach, plum and nectarine); production technology of  vine nursery tree; production technology of  fig, guava and avocado nursery tree.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG143 – VINE, PEACH TREE AND FIG (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Nilton Nagib Jorge Chalfun

 

This discipline aims to updated knowledge through the classes, lectures, seminars, field practices and visits to orchards and commercial areas. Giving up its approach to matters relating economical aspects and culture profile: characteristics of the species, vegetative habits, flowering, fruiting, propagation methods, physiological ecology of the species, soil and climate required, influence of the climate factors on productivity and quality. Furthermore, the implementation, conduction and management of productions in its main technical aspects: planning, cost estimation and profitability, special conduction practices, harvest and postharvest.

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG145 – Basic Principles in Precision Farming (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Carlos Maurício Paglis

 

The aim of this course is to introduce to the students the basic concepts involving Precision Agriculture. To do so, subjects such as soil temporal and spatial variability, soil-water-plant relationships, introduction to geostatistics, Information Technology, yield maps, variable rate application are the main focus. Student’s grade will be based on seminars, quizzes and final report..

 

T: 34h / P: 0h

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GAG156 – PLANTAS ORNAMENTAIS PROPAGAÇÃO E CULTIVO (CR: 3)

 

Professor: Silvério José Coelho

Luciane Vilela Resende

 

 

T: 34h / P: 17h

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GAG159 – PEQUENOS FRUTOS VERMELHOS MORANGO AMORA FRAMBOESA E MIRTILO (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Rafael Pio

 

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG160 – POMÁCEAS: MACIEIRA, PEREIRA, MARMELEIRO E NESPEREIRA (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Rafael Pio

 

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG161 – PRODUÇÃO DE HORTALIÇAS I (SOLANÁCEAS) (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Luciane Vilela Resende

 

Analysis of key factors influencing the production of tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant and jilo, emphasizing the aspects related to economic importance, origin, botany, fruit and tuber composition, climate requirements, cultivars, seed potato production, choice soil and its preparation, mineral nutrition and fertilization, fertigation, planting methods, cultivation, harvesting, sorting and packing.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG162 – ÁREAS VERDES URBANAS – PARQUES, PRAÇAS, JARDINS E GRAMADOS (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Silvério José Coelho

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG163 – COMERCIALIZAÇÃO E CONTROLE DA PRODUÇÃO DE SEMENTES (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Maria Laene Moreira de Carvalho

 

Awareness the student about the role of the Agronomist who act as technical manager in the production and commercialization of seeds.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG 164 – SPECIAL TECHNIQUES FOR SEED QUALITY EVALUATION  (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Renato Mendes Guimarães

 

Prepare the student to work in the seed industry to do use of specific techniques for improvement, evaluation and Seed Quality Control

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG165 – RICE CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professora: Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

 

The discipline objective to discuss general aspects about the origin, history and economic and social importance of rice. Present the botanical descriptors, agronomic and morphological species and their relationships with grain production. To study the nutritional value of rice and the parboiling process. Discuss production systems, involving all rice management aspects of upland and lowland (soil, soil preparation, liming, fertilizing, cultivars, planting, irrigation, weeds, pests, diseases, harvesting, drying and storage). Make an approach to quality and grain classification in groups, subgroups, classes and types, as well as the improvement process. Present methods of breeding used in rice cultivation. Comment on the challenges of the recommendation of rice hybrids in Brazil.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG166 – BEAN CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Messias José Bastos de Andrade

 

Origin, importance and bean production in Minas Gerais, Brazil and World. Morphology and physiology of bean plant, soil and climatic requirements and soil management, with emphasis on no tillage. Aspects of planting, nutrition, liming and fertilization, cultivars, weed management, integrated pest and disease management and irrigation. Crop harvest, with emphasis on mechanization, processing and storage of the grains.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG167 – SOYBEAN CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Pedro Milanez de Resende

 

Botany, origin and current, importance and uses situation. Seed, seedling, plant, oil content and protein. Phases and stages of the cycle, climatic and soil requirements. Photoperiodism  and sowing dates. Cultural practices unique culture, consortium and forage production. GM soy and organic soy. Harvesting and storage.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG168 – SUGAR CANE CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Luiz Antônio de Bastos Andrade

 

It is presented the origin of the species, the importance of the sugarcane crop and the situation of sugarcane production, considering Minas Gerais state, Brazil, and worldwide. Plant morphology and physiology, the soil and climatic requirements, and the soil management are studied. It is also detailed planting aspects, plant nutrition, liming and fertilization, cultivars, weed management, integrated pest management, diseases management and irrigation. Finally, the crop harvest  are discussed with emphasis in mechanization, milling, and industrialization.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG169 – CORN CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Renzo Garcia Von Pinho

 

The course covers topics related to corn production, harvesting, storage and marketing of corn in Brazil and worldwide. The goal is to show the economic and social importance of corn. All students of Agricultural Sciences and related fields are able to make this discipline.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG170 – WHEAT CROP (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Wagner Pereira Reis

 

The course aims to provide and update information involving all links in the wheat production chain, with theoretical and practical activities, and experiential activity on a farm involving the cereal growing. Historical evolution and origin, economic and social importance; zoning for national wheat; plant botanical and morphological description; plant physiology and development; wheat plant breeding and purposes; crop planning; crop deployment (Technical Information and cultural practices of wheat grown); wheat seed production; harvest and postharvest; commercialization of the Brazilian wheat and industrial grain quality importance for the industrial use.

 

T: 17h / P: 17h

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GAG171 – LANDSCAPING AND GARDENING (CR: 4)

 

Professor: Patrícia Duarte de Oliveira Paiva

 

Landscaping importance, landscaping basic concepts, ornamental plants, history and evolution of the gardens and landscaping styles, how to design garden projects, final project, descriptive memorial, planting and management of gardens, and grass.

 

T: 34h / P: 34h

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GAG172 – PRODUCTION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT IN ANNUAL CROPS (CR: 4)

 

Professor: Silvino Guimarães Moreira

Major grain production systems in Brazil; Succession and crop rotation on the sustainability of production systems; Major crops in production systems (corn, soy, beans, and wheat) ; Corrective solo practices for adoption and maintenance; Fertilization management in grain production systems; Straw management for proper implementation of cultures.

T: 34h / P: 34h

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PRG101 – ORIENTED PROJECT / SUPERVISED INTERNSHIP (CR: 10)

 

Professor: Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

 

The Oriented Project and Supervised Internship of the Undergraduate Course in Agronomy from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA ) constitute alternatively in a mandatory academic activity of training and professional qualification , presenting a integrator character, which is intended to complement the theoretical and practical teaching received in the academic course.

 

T: 0h / P: 170h

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PRG201 – FINAL WORKING GRADUATION COMPLETION (CR: 2)

 

Professor: Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

 

The Final Working Graduation Completion of course in Agronomy from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA ) constitute alternatively in a mandatory academic activity of training and professional qualification , presenting a integrator character, which is intended to complement the theoretical and practical training received during the course

T: 34h / P: 0h

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PRG301 – SUPERVISED INTERNSHIP (CR: 24)

Professor: Flávia Barbosa Silva Botelho

 

The Supervised Internship of the Undergraduate Course in Agronomy from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA ) constitute alternatively in a mandatory academic activity of training and professional qualification , presenting a integrator character, which is intended to complement the theoretical and practical training received in the course academic.

 

T: 0h / P: 408h

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