In this lesson, students learn about fertilizers and their role in plant nutrition. Students will also learn about the need to replenish nutrient balance in agricultural soils, and discuss how people and crops can suffer from nutrient deficiencies. Developed by National Ag in the Classroom, this grade 6-8 resource is linked to curriculum outcomes.
Students learn what factors affect a country’s ability to produce their own food and how food expenses differ throughout the world. Developed by National Ag in the Classroom, this grade 9-12 resource is linked to curriculum outcomes.
Students will examine the film Farmland to compare conventional and organic farming practices and gain basic knowledge of genetically engineered crops. Developed by National Ag in the Classroom, this grade 9-12 resource is linked to curriculum outcomes.
Students will recognize the importance of fuel energy and the fact that agriculture can produce biofuel; students will identify career opportunities in the biofuel industry. Developed by National Ag in the Classroom, this grade 6-8 resource is linked to curriculum outcomes.
Looking to play more Agriculture related games? Look no further! Test your Ag knowledge, play egg-xellent games to learn how eggs travel from the farm to your plate, or discover what it really takes to feed the world with Journey2050 and Farmers2050 through this National Ag in the Classroom Resource.
What have you heard about plant breeding? Do you think you know what it is? Find out, and learn about plant breeding from this Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan Resource.
Learn about crop protection and pesticide use from this Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan Resource.
This lesson is designed for students in grades 9-12 to discuss genetically modified crops and the technology behind their existence. The activity provides students with both for and against arguments to give them a well rounded perspective on this controversial crop science.
The Peterson Farm Brothers are hardworking, fifth generation farmers from Kansas. See firsthand what it’s like to feed cows, plant corn, fix equipment, make a fence, harvest wheat, swath hay and so much more.
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