Agronomical production principles

Description

The techniques, methods and principles of conventional agronomical production.

Alternative labels

techniques in agricultural production
principles of agricultural production
principles of agronomy
techniques in agronomy
methods of agricultural production
methods in agronomy

Skill type

knowledge

Skill reusability level

cross-sector

Relationships with occupations

Essential knowledge

Agronomical production principles is an essential knowledge of the following occupations:

Crop production manager: Crop production managers plan the production, manage the enterprise and participate in the production process of crop production facilities.  
Mixed farmer: Mixed farmers are responsible for managing all aspects of livestock and crop production as a small enterprise or for self-sufficiency.
Farm manager: Farm managers plan and organise the daily operations, resourcing and business management of animal producing farms.
Livestock worker: Livestock workers maintain the health and welfare of animals. They oversee the breeding/production and day-to-day care such as feeding and watering of animals.
Agricultural inspector: Agricultural inspectors monitor agricultural operations in farms and other agricultural facilities. They inspect activities such as health and safety measures, costs and production processes to ensure that workers and their activities comply with proper legislation and standards. Agricultural inspectors also analyse and report on their findings.
Agronomic crop production team leader: Agronomic crop production team leaders are responsible for leading and working with a team of crop production workers. They organise the the daily work schedules for crop production and participate in the production

Optional knowledge

Agronomical production principles is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this knowledge may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Fruit production team leader: Fruit production team leaders are responsible for leading and working with a team. They organise daily work schedules for the production of fruit crops and participate in the production processes.
Equine worker: Equine workers provide caring activities for horses and ponies.
Soil scientist: Soil scientists research and study the scientific discipline concerning soil. They advise on how to improve soil quality to support nature, food production or human infrastructure using surveying techniques, irrigation techniques and erosion reduction measures. They make sure to conserve and restore land suffering from intense farming or human interaction.
Horticulture production team leader: Horticulture production team leaders are responsible for leading and working with a team. They organise daily work schedules for the production of horticulture crops and participate in the production.

Agriculture, forestry and fishery vocational teacher: Agriculture, forestry and fishery vocational teachers instruct students in their specialised field of study, agriculture, forestry and fishery, which is predominantly practical in nature. They provide theoretical instruction in service of the practical skills and techniques the students must subsequently master for an agriculture, forestry or fishery profession. Agriculture, forestry and fishery vocational teachers monitor the students’ progress, assist individually when necessary, and evaluate their knowledge and performance on the subject of agriculture, forestry and fishery through assignments, tests and examinations.
Horticulture production manager: Horticultural production managers plan the production, manage the enterprise and participate in the production

 


 

References

  1. Agronomical production principles – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022

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