An upper level undergraduate course focusing on the agronomic dimensions of world hunger is described. The course focuses on the problems and potentials for increasing world food supply based on current agronomic knowledge. Emphasis is placed on the international aspects of food crop production, and the interrelationships between agriculture and human populations on small farms in the developing nations of the world.



world hunger, agronomy, international agriculture, world food supply

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