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School Subject: Agricultural Management Practices

Agricultural Management Practices (FET, grades 10-12) is the study and application of production, economic and management principles that are used in the cultivation, transformation and marketing of food and other agricultural products. These principles are used to produce and add value to high-quality agricultural products so that these products have economic, aesthetic, social and cultural value. It draws knowledge and skills from disciplines such as crop sciences; animal sciences; economics and management sciences; engineering; and information and communication technology. The subject is designed to provide learners with a sound practice-orientated base that integrates theoretical and practical competencies in a way that also incorporates learners with special educational needs (LSEN).

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