£170 per year
Tropical Crop Management and Ecology (TCME) is a two-year Master’s study programme taught in English. The programme is oriented on study of production and agroecology of tropical and subtropical crops and their traditional and ecologically sustainable cropping systems (e.g. agroforestry) as well as the modern production techniques (e.g. plant biotechnologies) including specific scientific disciplines, such as ethnobotany, chemoecology or fytotaxonomy. The programme consists of the courses addressing major crops’ characteristics, cultivation systems and use including aspects of processing and commercialization.
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