Public University of Navarre



CastellanoEuskara | Academic year: 2021/2022 | Previous academic years:  2020/2021  |  2019/2020  |  2018/2019 
Double degree in Agrifood Engineering and Rural Environment and Innovation of Food Processes and Products from Navarre Public University at the Universidad Pública de Navarra
Course code: 503210 Subject title: CROP PROTECTION AND PLANT PRODUCTION
Credits: 6 Type of subject: Mandatory Year: 2 Period: 2º S
Department: Agronomía, Biotecnología y Alimentación
Lecturers:
MURILLO MARTINEZ, JESUS MARIA   [Mentoring ] MURILLO PEREZ, ROSA MARÍA   [Mentoring ]
MIRANDA JIMENEZ, CARLOS   [Mentoring ] MUÑOZ LABIANO, MARÍA DELIA   [Mentoring ]
RUIZ DE ESCUDERO FUENTEMILLA, IÑIGO (Resp)   [Mentoring ]

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Module/Subject matter

Module: Commom to Agrarian Branch

Subject Matter: Fundamentals of Plant Production

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Contents

- Integration and analysis of social, political and economical factors regulating plant production.

- Analysis, design and management of agricultural systems to render them more productive and sustainable.

- Identification and integration of biotic factors regulating and affecting agricultural ecosystems.

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General proficiencies

  • CT7. Ability to solve problems with creativity, initiative, methodology, and critical thinking.
  • CB1: Students are able to demonstrate they have acquired knowledge and understanding in a field of study based on the basic foundations gained within their general secondary education together with the support of advanced textbooks and aspects of the latest advances in the field.
  • CB2:Students can apply their knowledge to a job or vocation in a professional manner and have the competences which are generally shown through the elaboration and defence of arguments and problem solving in their field of study.
  • CB3:Students have the ability to collect and interpret relevant data (generally within their field of study) in order to make judgments which include reflection on relevant issues of social, scientific or ethical nature.

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Specific proficiencies

  •  CG2. Sound knowledge of physical problems, technologies, machinery, and water and energetic systems, of the limits imposed by budget and construction regulations, of the relationships between facilities or buildings and agricultural exploitations, agri-food industries and spaces related to gardening and landscaping with their social and environmental surroundings, and of the need to relate all these with human necessities and environmental preservation.
  • CE10: Ability to recognize and utilize the base principles of plant production, and production, protection, and exploitation systems.

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Learning outcomes

  • R1. To identify and integrate the biotic factors that regulate and determine agricultural ecosystems.

  • R2. To understand and integrate the abiotic factors that control and condition agricultural ecosystems.

  • R3. To analyze and design agricultural systems in order to get more productivity and sostenibility.

  • R4. To identify biotic factors

     

 

  • LEARNING OUTCOME ENAEE:

    ENAEE-6: The ability to apply their knowledge and understanding to product, process and method engineering analysis.
    ENAEE-12: Technical and laboratory skills.

     

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Methodology

Methodology - Activity Attendance Self-study
A-1 Exposition/Participative Classes  30  59
A-2 Practical classes  20  
A-3 Cooperative learning activities    
A-4 Group projects    3
A-5 Individual practice and study time  7  20
A-6 Tutorials    2
A-7 Exams and evaluation activities  3  6
Total  60  90

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Evaluation

Learning outcome Evaluation system Weight (%) Possibility of resit
 R1-R4  Tests on theoretical and practical concepts. Minimun rating 4  45  yes, recovery exam
 R1-R4  Report of experimental practica following the structure of technical reports.  10 no
 R1-R4  Worksheets of experimental practicals. Minimun rating 6  40 yes, recovery exam 
 R1-R4  Registration of attendance and interaction in class  5 no

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Agenda

AGROSYSTEMS AND CROP COMMUNITIES

The agricultural systems, classifications and distribution 

Crop communities. Rotations and alternatives. Agroecology

ABIOTIC FACTORS AFFECTING THE AGROSYSTEMS

Solar irradiation and its influence on crops

Light radiation and its influence on crops. Quality of the spectrum, light intensity and day length.

Air temperature and its influence on crops. High and low temperatures. Thermoperiod.

Protection against low temperatures and frosts.

Protection against high temperatures and heatwaves

Wind and its influence on crops

Protection against wind.

Water in the air, soil and crops

Methods to assess plant water requirements.



BIOTIC FACTORS AFFECTING THE AGROSYSTEM
Introduction to crop protection
Characteristics of the major plant feeders: morphology, biology and ecology
Characteristics, identification, biology and genetics of plant pathogens
Characteristics, biology and ecology of weeds
Decision making in pest management
Rationale of pest control methods

Rationale of disease management methods
Rationale of weed control methods
Phytosanitary regulations

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Experimental practice program

P1: Fuentes de información

P2_Integral térmica

P3_Estimación de riesgo de helada de primavera en frutales

P4_Temperaturas altas

P5_Necesidades de frio invernal

P6_ Anatomía externa e interna de insectos. Ciclos biológicos

P7_ Muestreo de insectos

P8_ Métodos de Control de Insectos

P9_ Diagnóstico y detección

P10_Síntomas de Enfermedades Vegetales

P11_Control de Enfermedades.

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Bibliography

Access the bibliography that your professor has requested from the Library.


BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

Caballero, P. y J. Murillo. 2003. Protección de cultivos. Conceptos actuales y fuentes de información. UPNA.

Campbell, G S. 1995.Introducción a la Biofísica Ambiental (Traducción, Esteban Rabie Uauy, Alejandro Valenzuela Avilés, Josep M. Villar Mir) Ed. EUB. Barcelona.

Coscollá, R. (2004) Introducción a la protección integrada. Valencia: Phytoma-España.

Elias, F. Castellví, F.(Coordinado) 2001. Agrometeorología. Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Fernández, R. Leiva M.J. 2003. Ecología para la Agricultura Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Fernández-Quintanilla, C., M. Garrido Valero, C. Zaragoza Larios. 1999. Control integrado de las malas hierbas: las buenas prácticas agrícolas. Ed. Phytoma

Lampkin, N. 2001 Agricultura Ecológica (Traducción, coordinadora, Asunción Molina ; traductores, Ricardo Colmenares... et al.) Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Loomis, R. S. y Conor D.J. 2002. Ecología de Cultivos (Traducción, José Ramón Conde García, Inés Mínguez Tudela, Carlos Cantero Martínez; coordinación, Inés Mínguez Tudela) Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Oerke, E.C., Dehne, H.W., Schönbeck, F. And Weber, A. 1999. Crop Production and Crop Protection. Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 

Pedigo, L.P. and Rice, M.E. 2008. Entomology & Pest Management. Macmillan Inc. Nueva York, EEUU.

Schumann, G.L. and D´Arcy, C.J. 2006. Essential plant pathology. The Americal Phytopathological Society. St. Paul, EEUU.

Urbano, P, Moro, S. 1992. Sistemas Agrícolas con Rotaciones y Alternativas de Cultivos Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Urbano, P. 2001. Tratado de Fitotecnia General Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Urbano, P. 2002. Fitotecnia: Ingeniería de la Producción Vegetal Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

Villalobos, F. 2002. Fitotecnia: Bases y Tecnologías de la Producción Agrícola Ed. Mundi-Prensa. Madrid.

 

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Languages

English

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Location

Classrooms (Aulario) and laboratory (Building Los Olivos)

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