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PLSC 323 Lab Outline

Spring Semester 2019

DATEQUIZTENTATIVE LAB TOPIC
Jan. 11
Introduction
Jan. 18
Identification of weeds/seeds
Jan. 25
Pesticide safety
Feb. 1
1 Weeds/seeds
Feb. 8
The pesticide label and formulation type
Feb. 15
2 Weed Guide use
Feb. 22
Field calculations
Mar. 1
3 Formulation types
Mar. 8 Review for mid-term exam
Mar. 15 SPRING BREAK, NO CLASS
Mar. 22
4 Equipment calibration
Mar. 29
HOLIDAY, NO CLASS
Apr. 5
5 Herbicide injury symptoms on plants
Apr. 12
Application technology: spray tips and adjuvants
Apr. 19
Weed Science field problems
Apr. 26
6 Weed control presentations
May 3
Review for final exam

Weed Guide Worksheet

Weed ID List

Pesticide Safety Videos

Pesticides and Applicators - Laws and Regulations

Pesticide Application Record

Vengeance Plus and Surpass EC Labels

Sprayer Calibration Equations

Laboratory guide: Handout sections and projects distributed online or in class.

Laboratory sections meeting in Loftsgard 116:

Section 1: 9:00-9:50am Fri.
Section 2:
10:00-10:50am Fri.
Section 3: 11:00-11:50am Fri.
Section 4: 1:00-1:50pm Fri.
Section 5: 2:00-2:50pm Fri.

Instructor: Kirk Howatt, Loftsgard 470 F, 231-7209
Email: Kirk.Howatt@ndsu.edu

Course Description and Objectives: Provided on the lecture outline.

Laboratory quizzes are scheduled.  Each quiz is worth 40 points.  There will be 6 laboratory quizzes.  The lowest 40-point quiz will be dropped.

Make up quizzes will not be given. Instead, a missed quiz will be scored as a “0” and will be counted as the dropped quiz score.  Students with unique circumstances should communicate with the instructor as soon as possible.

Tentative Evaluation Procedure:

6 quizzes worth 40 points each, lowest one dropped (5 quizzes) = 200 points
Worksheets and Group Projects = 150 points
Total = 350 points

 

Lab Sub-Score:

 

Students with special requirements: Any students with disabilities or other special needs, who need special accommodations in this course are invited to share these concerns or requests with the instructor as soon as possible.  Assistance is also available from Disability Services in the lower level Library Suite 17 (231-8463).  http://www.ndsu.edu/disabilityservices/

Veterans and military personnel: Veterans and students with special circumstances or who are activated are encouraged to notify the instructor as soon as the issue or conflict is known.

The Honor System: All students taking any course in the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources are under the Honor System (http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/academics/honor-system-1). The Honor System is a system that is governed by the students and operates on the premise that most students are honest and work best when their honesty, and the honesty of others, is not in question. It functions to prevent cheating as well as penalize those who are dishonest. It is the responsibility of the students to report any violations of the honor pledge to the instructor, honor commission or the Dean of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources.

The academic community is operated on the basis of honesty, integrity, and fair play. NDSU Policy 335: Code of Academic Responsibility and Conduct applies to cases in which cheating, plagiarism, or other academic misconduct have occurred in an instructional context. Students found guilty of academic misconduct are subject to penalties, up to and possibly including suspension and/or expulsion. Student academic misconduct records are maintained by the Office of Registration and Records. Informational resources about academic honesty for students and instructional staff members can be found at www.ndsu.edu/academichonesty.

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