Thinking like a wheat plant
Collaborative Learning Room 356, Arts West North WingMap
A single species of grass called Triticum aestivum (or wheat) provides a large percentage of the energy supply for the world’s human population.
Michael Santhanam-Martin, first year lecturer of the Bachelor of Agriculture, will discuss what a wheat plant needs in order to grow and produce a wheat crop, and how farmers design and manage crop production systems to meet the plant’s needs. This lecture will be interactive, offering you a great opportunity to get involved and have fun!
Take part in this exclusive event, only available for Pre-Ag Club members. Not a Pre-Ag Club member? To join for free, visit: http://fvas.unimelb.edu.au/study/pre-ag-club
This event is part of the 2017 University of Melbourne Science Festival.
Check out the full Science Festival Program.