Farmers are faced with the challenge of producing sufficient crops to meet growing consumer demand while maintaining the quality and quantity of resources for future generations. The more reason why ST Louis University Institute is out to help agricultural students to learn and developed this new skills to help solve this situation in our nation and the world at large.
Learning is made easy as the staff is well trained and equipped most of which are experienced in some of these domains.
- Conducting research on issues that affect horticultural breeding, growth, and production
- Improving productivity of field and forage crops
- Ensuring sound use of natural resources, reducing soil erosion, and improving soil quality
- Implementing newly developed and tested methods that improve soil on both conventional and organic farms
- Reviving heirloom varieties of crops while developing new varieties
- Helping farmers plant crops suitable to local and regional climate and crop management needs
- Student with pass in their A-Level examination issued by the GCE board
- Good Conduct.
- Be of age 17 and above of the year of academic admission
- English shall be the medium of instruction and examinations for all courses in the program.
- Crop Production Manager.
- Estate manager.
- Dept. Manager.
- Agricultural Technician