AGRI 121L - Plant Physiology and Propagation Lab

This laboratory course is structured to incorporate experiments representative of materials being covered in AGRI 121. It offers an opportunity for students to experience the technical concepts taught in class because it acts as a hands-on supplement to class lectures. It is especially useful for those people who learn via psychomotor or tactile activities. This laboratory course is geared towards enhancing students’ skills in the field. 

AGRI 122L - Aquaculture Lab

An introductory course that provides an overview of the field of aquaculture, including water quality guidelines, production systems, nutrition, reproduction, and the common fish/shellfish crops cultured in Belize and the Caribbean.

AGRI 221 - Agriculture Engineering

An introductory course that covers the basic principles of physics and its practical application to agriculture. The course includes: principles of energy, power production and transmission, tillage machinery operation, servicing and calibration, harvesting and post-harvesting equipment.  It also touches on the planning and design of farm infrastructure as well as soil and water conservation processes and structures.

AGRI 122 - Aquaculture

An introductory course that provides an overview of the field of aquaculture, including water quality guidelines, production systems, nutrition, reproduction, and the common fish/shellfish crops cultured in Belize and the Caribbean.

AGRI 121 - Plant Physiology and Propagation

An introduction to the field of plant biology, sexual and asexual propagation in plants, planting methodologies (cutting, layering, budding, grafting, micro-propagation and propagation by seeds), the metabolic processes of plants (photosynthesis, respiration, transpiration, and translocation), plant nutrition and the phenomenon of seed dormancy.