Muhammad Mohsin Raza, a graduate research assistant at Iowa State University in the Plant Pathology and Microbiology department, discusses his research project in this video. Sudden death syndrome is one of the major yield-limiting diseases of soybean and has widely spread across soybean producing states in the U.S. Every year; farmers suffer substantial yield losses due to this disease. Because of the limited understanding of the impact of SDS on soybean yield, it makes it difficult for farmers to decide whether or not to apply management tactics.
This Podcast series is for Agriculture Education professionals who are looking to bring new ideas, and hot topics of agriculture into their classroom.
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In this episode Carli talks about the integration of CDE's in the classroom as an enhancement to the current unit being taught. She also explains how different CDE's can lead a student to their SAE project.
It is important to share different career ideas with students to keep them thinking about the long term. In this episode Carli talks about the different options within the Ag industry.
Don't fear the shop! The agriculture mechanics shop offers students a unique way to learn that they cannot get in a regular classroom. Don't be afraid to learn how to use your Ag Mech shop, you and your students will benefit in the future.
In this episode, Carli shares her personal experience with hands on learning in the classroom. Carli also interview Lynne Campbell from Iowa State University to talk about her past and current experiences with hands on learning.