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Name and surname: İlhan Kızılgöz
Birth day: 24/02/1966
 
Education Stages:
Degree Bransh University Year
License Soil Science Ankara September/1990
Msc. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Harran September/1995
Dr. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Harran December/1997
 
 
 
Titles:
Duty title University Year
Research asistant Harran University, Agricultural Faculty 1994-1998
Assist. Prof. Dr. Harran University, Agricultural Faculty 1999-2014
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Harran University, Agricultural Faculty 2014-
 
Name of the Course: Code Semester T+P Credit ACTS
Fertilizer and Fertilizing 0626702 7 2 + 2 3 5
Requirements -
Language of the course Turkish
Type of the course Obligatory
Coordinator of the course  
Lecturer Assoc. Professor  Dr. Ilhan Kizilgoz
Co lecturers  
Aim of the course Introduction to fertilizers, interaction between yield increase and fertilizer application, determination of suitable fertilizer type and amount applied to fields
Learning outputs of the lecture
 
End of the this course;
Explenation of fertilizers, determination of yield constribution of fertilizers, and learn application methods and quantity of fertilizers applied to soil
 
Course content  
Week Topic
1 Introduction to course
2 Classification of the fertilizers
3 The main properties of organic and inorganic fertilizers
4 Nitrogen and properties of nitrogen fertilizers
5 Phosphorus and properties of phosphorus fertilizers
6 Potassium and sulphur properties of potassium and sulphur fertilizers
7 Calcium and magnesium and properties of calcium and magnesium fertilizers
8 Microelements and properties of microelement fertilizers
9 Properties of microelement fertilizers (continue)
10 Exam
11 Determination of fertilizer quantity applied to soil and properties of fertilizer application
12 Problem solving
13 Fertilizing of selected fruits and field plants
14 Organic fertilizers and its usage in Turkey. Using of chemical fertilizer in Turkey and the World.
General sufficiency
  1. Classification of fertilizers
  2. Nutritient contents of fertilizers
  3. Know about main principles of fertilizer applications
 
References
1-) Fertilizer Subscription, (KHAE., 1989). 
2-) Soil Fertility and Fertilizers (7th ed.) (J.L. Havlin, J.D. Beaton, S.M. Tisdale ve W.L. Nelson 2005)
3-) Fertilizer and Fertilizing Technichs (Prof. Dr. Burhan Kacar ve Prof. Dr. A.Vahap Katkat, 2007.)
4-) Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants (Horst Marschner, 1997)
5-) The Nature and Properties of Soils (Brady and Weil, 2008)
6-) Soil Fertility and Fertilizers (5th ed.) (S. L., Tisdale, W.L. Nelson, J.D., Beaton, J. L., Havlin, 1993)
7-) Selected articles
 
Evaluation system
Interim exam: 40%
Final: 60%
Projects:
Home works:
Name of the Course: Code Semester T+A Credit ACTS
Soil Science 0628210 2 (Spring) 2+0 2 2
Requirements -
Language of the course Turkish
Type of the course Obligatory
Coordinator of the course  
Lecturer Assoc. Prof. Dr. İlhan Kızılgöz
Co lecturers  
Aim of the course The aim of this course; The main source of vegetable farming and physically with the formation of the earth, the environment and to promote chemical and biological properties.
Learning outputs of the lecture
 
At the end of this course, students learn the formation of the earth and will be familiar with the basic features
Course content Definition of soil physical, chemical and biological properties, plant nutrients
Week Topics
1 Introduction to course
2 Soil formation
3 Soil morphology
4 Soil and soil forming factors that transactions
5 Physical properties of soil
6 Soil water
7 Colloids and soil chemical properties
8 Plant nutritions (I)
9 Exam
10 Plant nutritions (II)
11 Soil biology and chemistry
12 Soil conservation
13 Soil erosion
14 Power Point Presentations
General sufficiency
Knowing the formation of soil. Physical, chemical and biological aspects of being recognized.
Main sources
1-)Soil Science (Prof. Dr. Faruk İnce) HRÜ. Agric. Fac. Of Harran Uni. Number: 3 Şanlıurfa/TURKEY
2-) Soil Fertility and Fertilizers (7th ed.) (J.L. Havlin, J.D. Beaton, S.M. Tisdale ve W.L. Nelson 2005)
3-) The Nature and Properties of Soils (Brady and Weil, 2008)
4-) Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants (Horst Marschner, 1997)
5-) Selected articles
Evaluation system
Interim exam: 40%
Final: 60%
Projects:
Home works: