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Giáo trình Anh văn chuyên ngành bảo vệ thực vật nhằm trang bị cho sinh viên những kỹ năng tiếng Anh và kiến thức về từ vựng cơ bản cho cây trồng nông nghiệp, cách chăm sóc, bảo vệ cây trồng, và một số bệnh đặc trưng ở cây. Môn học còn giúp người học có thể tham khảo tài liệu hoặc các sách Anh văn chuyên ngành, làm nền tảng để người học có thể tự học tiếng Anh chuyên ngành ở cấp độ cao hơn. UỶ BAN NHÂN DÂN TỈNH ĐỒNG THÁP TRƯỜNG CAO ĐẲNG CỘNG ĐỒNG ĐỒNG THÁP GIÁO TRÌNH MƠN HỌC: ANH VĂN CHUYÊN NGÀNH – BVTV NGÀNH, NGHỀ: BẢO VỆ THỰC VẬT TRÌNH ĐỘ: CAO ĐẲNG (Ban hành kèm theo Quyết định Số:…./QĐ-CĐCĐ-ĐT ngày… tháng… năm 2021 Hiệu trưởng Trường Cao đẳng Cộng đồng Đồng Tháp) Đồng Tháp, năm 2017 COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER This work may be reproduced or distributed in education or references, except as in any form or by any means of business purpose without permission i PREFACE English for Plant Protection is a new educational for Plant Protection professionals who want to improve their English knowledge in a plant protection context The course addresses popular topics related to plant protection in Mekong Delta such as rice, vegetables, chemicles for fruit trees, roses, and nutrient deficiencies The course is organized into units, each part in a unit includes main parts as follow: - Part 1: Content - Part 2: Exercises The course provides some following features: - A variety of realistic reading passages - Glossary of terms and phrases - Reading comprehension exercises Đồng Tháp, ngày 10 tháng năm 2017 Chủ biên Trầm Thị Ngọc Hương ii CONTENT Page PREFACE ii UNIT 1: RICE 1 Introduction: 1.1 General information: 1.2 Rice farming: 2 Diseases in rice plant: 2.1 Yellow dwarf disease: 2.2 Ragged stunt disease: 2.3 Causes: 2.4 Management principles: UNIT 2: VEGETABLES 11 Soil preparation for growing vegetables: 11 1.1 Overview: 11 1.2 Improvement: 12 Minimizing diseases in vegetable garden: 15 UNIT 3: CHEMICALS FOR FRUIT TREES 22 Overview: 22 Chemicals for fruit trees: 23 2.1 Fertilizers: 23 2.2 Bactericides: 23 2.3 Fungicides: 24 2.4 Pesticides: 24 Environmental effects of herbicide use: 26 UNIT 4: ROSES 30 Insect pests for roses: 30 1.1 Aphids: 31 1.2 Japanese beetles: 32 1.3 Leaf cutter bees: 32 Diseases in roses: 34 iii 2.1 Blackspot: 34 2.2 Powdery mildew: 36 2.3 Bostrytis blight: 37 UNIT 5: NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES .39 Conception of nutrient deficiencies: 39 Nutrient deficiencies: 41 2.1 Nitrogen deficiency: 41 2.2 Potassium deficiency: 42 2.3 Phosphorus deficiency: 43 2.4 Magnesium deficiency: 44 2.5 Manganese and iron deficiency: 45 FURTHER READING 48 GLOSSARY 74 REFERENCE .79 iv GIÁO TRÌNH MƠN HỌC Tên mơn học: ANH VĂN CHUYÊN NGÀNH - BVTV Mã môn học: CNN451 Thời gian thực môn học: 30 (Lý thuyết: 27 giờ; Thực hành, thí nghiệm, thảo luận, tập: giờ; Kiểm tra thường xuyên, định kỳ: giờ; ôn thi: giờ; Thi/kiểm tra kết thúc môn học: giờ) Vị trí, tính chất, ý nghĩa vai trị mơn học: - Vị trí: Mơn học tiếng Anh chun ngành Bảo vệ thực vật thuộc nhóm mơn học chun mơn bố trí giảng dạy sau học xong môn học đại cương pháp luật, trị, tin học, giáo dục thể chất, giáo dục quốc phịng, tiếng Anh 1-2-3 - Tính chất: Nhằm trang bị cho sinh viên kỹ tiếng Anh kiến thức từ vựng cho trồng nơng nghiệp, cách chăm sóc, bảo vệ trồng, số bệnh đặc trưng Môn học cịn giúp người học tham khảo tài liệu sách Anh văn chuyên ngành, làm tảng để người học tự học tiếng Anh chuyên ngành cấp độ cao - Ý nghĩa vai trị mơn học: mơn học tiếng Anh chun ngành Bảo vệ thực vật mơn học có ý nghĩa quan trọng ngành Bảo vệ thực vật ngành Khoa học trồng có có vai trị hỗ trợ cho học sinh, sinh viên có kiến thức kỹ thuật tiếng Anh trồng trọt bảo vệ thực vật Mục tiêu môn học - Về Kiến thức: + Nâng cao từ vựng thực vật nông nghiệp, cách chăm sóc bảo vệ thực vật, tránh số bệnh đặc trưng thực vật - Kỹ năng: + Sử dụng cấu trúc từ vựng, điểm ngữ pháp học để miêu tả thực vật + Thảo luận viết nói cách bảo vệ thực vật tiếng Anh cách đơn giản - Về lực tự chủ trách nhiệm: + Có ý thức tích cực, chủ động q trình học tập + Trung thực kiểm tra thi III NỘI DUNG MÔN HỌC Thời gian (giờ) Số TT Tên chương, mục UNIT 1: RICE Introduction 1.1 General information Tổng số Lý Thực hành, thảo Kiểm thuyết luận, tập tra 0 v 1.2 Rice farming Diseases in rice plant 2.1 Yellow dwarf disease 2.2 Ragged stunt disease UNIT 2: VEGETABLES Soil preparation for growing vegetables 1.1 Overview 1.2 Improvement Minimizing diseases in vegetable garden 2.1 Choosing resistant or tolerant varieties 2.2 Using treated seed 2.3 Free-of-disease seeds, transplants, and propagating UNIT 3: CHEMICALS FOR FRUIT TREES Overview Chemicals for fruit trees 2.1 Fertilizers 2.2 Bactericides 2.3 Fungicides 2.4 Pesticides Environmental effects of herbicide use Kiểm tra 5 7 1 UNIT 4: ROSES Insect pests for roses 1.1 Aphids 1.2 Japanese beetles 1.3 Leaf cutter bees Diseases in roses 2.1 Blackspot 2.2 Powdery mildew 2.3 Bostrytis blight 4 0 vi UNIT : NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES Conception of nutrient deficiencies Nutrient deficiencies 2.1 Nitrogen deficiency 2.2 Potassium deficiency 2.3 Phosphorus deficiency 2.4 Magnesium deficiency 2.5 Manganese and iron deficiency Ôn thi 5 1 Thi kết thúc môn 1 TỔNG CỘNG 30 27 vii UNIT RICE MH35-01 Introduction On a global basis, rice ranks second only to wheat in terms of area harvested, but in terms of its importance as a food crop, rice provides more calories per hectare than any other cereal food grain Objectives: By the end of the lesson, learners are able to: + Enhance reading skills through exercises of comprehension + Understand meanings of new words and use in proper contexts Introduction 1.1 General Information Scientific name: Oryza sativa L Rice belongs to the Graminae grass family On a global basis, rice ranks second only to wheat in terms of area harvested, but in terms of its importance as a food crop, rice provides more calories per hectare than any other cereal food grain Figure 1.1 Paddy seeds (Photo: Internet source) Rice grows best in warm temperatures with plentiful moisture from rainfall or irrigation, and is most frequently grown in valley and river deltas The plant is an annual, from to ft (61–183 cm) tall, with a round, jointed stem; long, pointed leaves; and edible seeds borne in a dense head on separate stalks Wild rice is obtained from a different grass plant 1.2 Rice farming Figure 1.2 Plowing Figure 1.3 Harvest (Photo: Internet source) A typical method for casting flooded field rice growing is as follows: Land A leveled, flat landbed is surrounded by side earth walls, for preparation water control Then, the surrounded field is flooded until the water level is approximately 1-2 cm high and allowed to sit for a soap solution dries, it has no effect against pests Insecticidal soaps are most effective against soft bodied insects and related pests, such as aphids, mealybugs, immature scales (crawlers), thrips, whiteflies and spider mites Since pests may be hidden or in the egg stage, it often takes more than one treatment to eliminate them  If the plant is severely damaged and is not a valuable one, the best and simplest solution may be to discard the plant and its soil and start with a new plant III Major Pests A Aphids: Aphids are small, soft-bodied, pear-shaped insects about 1/16- to ⅛inch long They are usually green but may be pink, brown, black or yellow Some aphids have a woolly or powdery appearance because of a waxy coat Adults may or may not have wings Figure Aphids on houseplants (Photo: Internet source) Aphids are usually found feeding on new growth or the undersides of leaves Some feed on roots They suck plant sap, resulting in yellowing and misshapen leaves In addition, growth may be stunted, and new buds deformed As aphids feed, they excrete a sugary material, called honeydew, which makes leaves shiny and sticky Sooty mold fungi may grow on the honeydew, producing unsightly dark splotches on the plant’s surfaces 66 Control: With minor infestations, handpicking, spraying with water or wiping the insects with a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol may be practical Insecticidal soap spray may also be used In most cases the treatment will have to be repeated multiple times For houseplants that are outdoors, spray with neem oil extract, pyrethrins, acetamiprid, imidacloprid, cyfluthrin or permethrin to control aphids See Table for examples of products to control aphids B Spider Mites: Mites are not insects but are more closely related to spiders Since they are extremely small, plant damage is typically the first sign of their presence A silky web is often seen with heavier infestations Both spider mite adults and their immature forms damage plants by sucking plant sap Damage includes light-colored speckling on the upper surface of leaves, and results in a plant with an overall faded look If the mites are left unchecked, leaves become bronzed or yellowed, and the plant dies Spider mites are usually more of a problem on house plants that remain indoors year round Figure Spider mites (Photo: Internet source) Control: Spray sturdy plants forcefully with water, including the undersides of leaves, to dislodge mites and break up their webs Plants also can be sprayed with an insecticidal soap For houseplants that are outdoors, spray with neem oil extract or an insecticide containing sulfur It is often necessary to spray once a week for several weeks to control mites See Table for examples of products to control spider mites 67 Plants placed outdoors during summer may have a reduced problem with spider mites Be sure to place all houseplants initially in mostly shade, as even plants that grow well in more sun might be burned until they have adapted to the higher light levels D Leafminers: Leafminers are the larvae (immature worm-like stage) of a large number of different insects The larvae feed between the upper and lower leaf surfaces Leafminer damage appears as a winding, discolored trail or an irregular blotch within the leaf Although damage from these pests is unsightly, it is rarely serious Figure Leaves attacked by leafminers (Photo: Internet source) Control: Remove and destroy any leaves showing leafminer damage For houseplants that are outdoors, insecticidal sprays that have foliar systemic activity (the ability to move into the leaves), such as acetamiprid, imidacloprid or spinosad, control leafminers Imidacloprid plant spikes put into the soil are also effective See Table for products to control leaf miners E Beetles: Various kinds of beetles and their larvae feed on houseplants They may enter the home when houseplants are brought inside at the end of summer, or they may enter through some opening They have chewing mouthparts 68 Figure Beetle (Photo: Internet source) Control: Remove and destroy the beetles If houseplants are outside and beetles return and feed on foliage, spray with neem oil extract, acetamiprid, imidacloprid, cyfluthrin or permethrin to control them for one to two weeks 69 Further reading ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING GROWTH OF PLANTS Plant growth and distribution are limited by the environment If any one environmental factor is less than ideal it will become a limiting factor in plant growth Limiting factors are also responsible for the geography of plant distribution For example, only plants adapted to limited amounts of water can live in deserts Most plant problems are caused by environmental stress, either directly or indirectly Therefore, it is important to understand the environmental aspects that affect plant growth These factors are light, temperature, water (humidity), and nutrition I Light Light has three principal characteristics that affect plant growth: quantity, quality, and duration Light quantity refers to the intensity or concentration of sunlight and varies with the season of the year The maximum is present in the summer and the minimum in winter The more sunlight a plant receives (up to a point), the better capacity it has to produce plant food through photosynthesis As the sunlight quantity decreases the photosynthetic process decreases Light quantity can be decreased in a garden or greenhouse by using shade-cloth or shading paint above the plants It can be increased by surrounding plants with white or reflective material or supplemental lights Light quality refers to the color or wavelength reaching the plant surface Sunlight can be broken up by a prism into respective colors of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet On a rainy day, raindrops act as tiny prisms and break the sunlight into these colors producing a rainbow Red and blue light have the greatest effect on plant growth Green light is least effective to plants as most plants reflect green light and absorb very little It is this reflected light that makes them appear green Blue light is primarily 70 responsible for vegetative growth or leaf growth Red light when combined with blue light, encourages flowering in plants Fluorescent or cool-white light is high in the blue range of light quality and is used to encourage leafy growth These lights are excellent for starting seedlings Incandescent light is high in the red or orange range but generally produces too much heat to be a valuable light source Fluorescent "grow" lights have a mixture of red and blue colors that attempts to imitate sunlight as closely as possible They are costly and generally not of any greater value than regular fluorescent lights Plants can be classified into three categories, depending upon their flowering response to the duration of darkness These are short-day, long-day, or dayneutral plants Short-day, (long nights) plants form their flowers only when the day length is less than about 12 hours in duration Short-day plants include many spring and fall flowering plants such as chrysanthemum and poinsettia Long-day, (short nights) plants form flowers only when day lengths exceed 12 hours They include almost all of the summer-flowering plants, as well as many vegetables including beet, radish, lettuce, spinach, and potato Day-neutral plants form flowers regardless of day length Some plants not really fit into any category but may be responsive to combinations of day lengths II Temperature Temperature affects the productivity and growth of a plant depending upon whether the plant variety is a warm-season or cool-season crop If temperatures are high and day length is long, cool-season crops such as broccoli and spinach will bolt rather than produce the desired flower Temperatures that are too low or high for a warm-season crop will prevent fruit set Temperatures that are too high for warm-season crops such as pepper or tomato can cause pollen to become inviable and not pollinate flowers Adverse temperatures also cause stunted growth and poor quality For example, the bitterness in lettuce is caused by high temperatures 71 Plant roots need moist soil during the winter When the soil is frozen the movement of water into the plant is severely restricted On a windy winter day broad-leaved evergreens can become water-deficient in a few minutes, turning the leaves or needles brown Wide variations in winter temperatures can cause premature bud break in some plants and consequent freezing damage Late spring frost damage can ruin entire crops If temperatures drop too low during the winter, entire trees of some species are killed by the freezing of plant cells and tissue III Water (Humidity) As mentioned earlier, water is a primary component of photosynthesis It maintains the turgor pressure or firmness of tissue and transports nutrients throughout the plant In maintaining turgor pressure, water is the major constituent of the protoplasm of a cell By means of turgor pressure and other changes in the cell, water regulates the opening and closing of the stomata, thus regulating transpiration Water also provides the pressure to move a root through the soil Among water’s most critical roles is that of a solvent for minerals moving into the plant and for carbohydrates moving to their site of use or storage By its gradual evaporation of water from the surface of the leaf, near the stomate, helps stabilize plant temperature Warm air can hold more water vapor than cold air If the amount of water in the air stays the same and the temperature increases the relative humidity decreases Water vapor will move from an area of high relative humidity to one of low relative humidity The greater the difference in humidity the faster water will move The relative humidity in the air space between the cells within the leaf approaches 100% When the stomata are open water vapor rushes out As the vapor moves out, a cloud of high humidity is formed around the stomate This cloud of humidity helps slow down transpiration and cool the leaf If air movement blows the humid cloud away transpiration will increase as the stomata keep opening to balance the humidity IV Nutrition 72 Many people confuse plant nutrition with plant fertilization Plant nutrition refers to the needs and uses of the basic chemical elements in the plant Fertilization is the term used when these materials are supplied to the environment around the plant A lot must happen before a chemical element supplied in a fertilizer can be taken up and used by the plant Plants need 18 elements for normal growth Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are found in air and water Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and sulfur are found in the soil The latter six elements are used in relatively large amounts by the plant and are called macronutrients There are nine other elements that are used in much smaller amounts; these are called micronutrients or trace elements The micronutrients, which are found in the soil are iron, zinc, molybdenum, nickel, manganese, boron, copper, cobalt, and chlorine All 18 elements, both macronutrients and micronutrients are essential for plant growth 73 GLOSSARY INSECT PESTS Vietnamese name English name Scientific name I.Insect pests for rice Bù lạch Rầy xanh Sâu phao Sâu keo Muỗi hành Sâu keo Sâu Sâu sừng Sâu lông vàng Châu chấu Bọ gai Sâu đục non Rầy xanh Rầy nâu Rầy trắng Bọ xít Thrips Stenchaetothrips biformis Green leafhopper Nephotettix virescens Rice case worm Nymphula depunctalis Swarming caterpillar Spodoptera mauritia Gall midge Orseolia oryzae Swarming caterpillar Spodoptera mauritia Leaf folder (or) leaf roller Cnaphalocrocis mainsails Rice horned caterpillar Melanitis ismene Yellow hairy caterpillar Psalis pennatula Grasshopper Hieroglyphus banian Spiny beetle / Rice hispa Dicladispa armigera Whorl maggot Hydrellia sasakii Green leafhopper Nephotettix virescens Brown plant leafhopper Nilaparvata lugens White backed plant hopper Sogatella furcifera Rice earhead bug Leptocorisa acuta Figure Leaf roller adult (Photo: Internet source) II Insect pests for farm produce Watermelon Ruồi đục Rầy mềm Serpentine leaf miner Aphids Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) Aphis gossypii Glover 74 Bọ cánh cứng Ruồi đục trái Darkling beetles Fruit fly Nhện đỏ Bọ trĩ Tomato Sâu đục Ruồi đục Sâu ăn Bọ phấn trắng Bọ trĩ Nhện đỏ Red spider mites Thrips Blapstinus spp Bactrocera cucurbitae Coquillet Tetranychus sp Thrips palmi Karny Fruit Borer Serpentine leaf miner Leaf eating caterpillar Whitefly Thrips Red spider mite Helicoverpa armigera Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) Spodoptera litura Bemisia tabaci Thrips tabaci, F schultzi Tetranychus spp Firgure Red spider mite (Photo: Internet source) Chilli Bọ trĩ Chilli thrips Rầy mềm xanh Green peach aphid Đố thuốc Tobacco cutworm Sâu xanh Gram caterpillar III Insect pests for fruit-trees Mango Xén tóc đục thân Mango stem borer Sâu đục vỏ Sâu đục cành Rầy bơng xồi atkinsoni Muỗi Rầy mềm Ruồi đục trái Mọt đục hạt Mọt xoắn Bark borer Shoot borer Mango hoppers Inflorescence midge Aphid Fruit fly Mango nut weevil Leaf twisting weevil Scirtothrips dorsalis Myzus persicae Spodoptera litura Helicoverpa armigera Batocera rufomaculata DeGeer Indarbela tetraonis Chlumetia transversa Walker Idioscopus niveoparsus I.clypealis Amirtodus Dasineura amaramanjarae Toxoptera odinae Bactrocera (Dacus) dorsalis Sternochaetus mangiferae Apoderus tranquebaricus 75 Sâu lông Hairy caterpillars Bọ cắt Kiến đỏ Sand dollars Red ant Euproctis fraterna,Prothesiascintillans Deporaus marginatus Pascoe Oecophylla smaradina Citrus Rầy mềm Boyer Citrus aphids Black aphid Brown aphid Rầy đen Rầy chổng cánh Citrus Black fly Citrus psyllid Rệp sáp phấn Ruồi đục Mealy bug Fruit fly Sâu đục trái Citrus grub Bọ xít xanh Citrus green bugs Ngài chích hút Fruit sucking moth Bọ trĩ Rệp bơng Sâu vẽ bùa Citrus thrips Cottony cushion scale Citrus leafminer Banana Sùng đục gốc Sâu đục thân Rầy mềm Bọ trĩ Sâu lông Sâu cắt Sâu Rầy mềm Toxoptera aurantii de- Fonscolombe Toxoptera citricidus Kirkaldy Aleurocanthus woglumi Diaphorina citri Kuwayama Planococus lilacinus Bactrocera (Dacus) dorsalis Cipestis sagittiferella Moore Rhynchocoris poseidonKirkaldy Otheris materna, O ancilla,- O.Fullonica Scirtothrips citri Moulton Icerya purchasi Phyllocnistic citrella Stainton Rhizome weevil Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar) Pseudostem borer Odoiporus longicollis Banana aphid Pentalonia nigronervosa f.typica Fruit rust thrips Chaetanaphothripssignipennis Castor hairy caterpillar Pericallia ricini Cut worm Spodoptera litura Leaf folder (or) leaf roller Erionota thrax Linnaeus Aphid Pentalonia nigronvervosaCoquerel 76 Firgure Red spider mite (Photo: Internet source) Papaya Rầy cánh trắng Ruồi đục trái Mọt tro Rệp đào xanh White fly Fruit fly Ash weevils Green peach aphid Bemisia tabaci Bactrocera (Dacus) dorsalis Myllocerus spp Myzus persicae Rệp sáp phấn Mealy bug Rệp sáp phấn Mealybug Dysmicoccus brevipesCockerell Pseudococcus brevipes Pineapple Practice Scanning for details 1/ Among pests for rice, there is an insect called with three different words These three words are _, _, 2/ Mealy bug can damage for citrus and 3/ _ damage for tomato and watermelon 4/ Chilli is spicy, but it is damaged by _, , _, _ 77 5/ The insect pest for papaya whose scientific name is Myllocerus spp is 6/ _ fly and red ant damage for ************************** 78 REFERENCE GS.TS Nguyễn Văn Huỳnh (2003): Giáo trình Côn trùng nông nghiệp Đại cương phần B Trường Đại học Cần Thơ Alice Moon: How to Make Soil to Grow Vegetables | Garden Guides, Mississippi State University Vegetable Gardening Mississippi-Soil, National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service Overview of Cover Crops and Green Manures, NASA Soil Science Education Page Soil pH http://www.gardenguides.com/81786-make-soil-grow-vegetables.html (July, 2020) Dena Kane: Chemicals for fruit trees, http://www.gardenguides.com/90137chemicals-fruit-trees.html (July, 2020) James Altland, Ph.D, North Willamette Research and Extension Center (NWREC), Oregon State University: Herbicide residues in field soils, http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/scene7af3.html (July, 2020) J Bentons Jones, Jr: Rice (Oryza sativa L.) - Agronomic Handbook: Management of Crops, Soils, and Their Fertility, CRC Press, https://books.google.com.vn/books (July, 2020) Common Houseplant Insects & Related Pests - Clemson University, http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/pests/plant_pests/indoor/hgic2252.html (July, 2020) Environmental factors that affect plant growth - Arizona Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture, The University of Arizona, http://ag.arizona.edu/pubs/garden/mg/botany/water.html (July, 2020) How to ripen green tomatoes - http://www.wikihow.com/Ripen-GreenTomatoes#Plastic_bag_method_-_For_a_few_or_many_tomatoes_sub, https://www.planetnatural.com/tomato-gardening-guru/harvesting-storing/ (July, 2020); Our rose garden, urbanext.illinois.edu/roses/disease.cfm How to prepare the rice field for planting, Rice ragged stunt - Rice Knowledge Bank, Content experts: Il Ryong Choi and C Vera Cruz, 79 http://www.knowledgebank.irri.org/step-by-step-production/pre-planting/landpreparation, http://www.knowledgebank.irri.org/training/fact-sheets/pest- management/diseases/item/rice-ragged-stunt (July, 2020) – Cornell University, 10 Minimizing diseases in vegetable garden http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/scene7af3.html (July, 2020) 11 Nutrient Deficiencies - Royal Horticultural Society, https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=456 (July, 2020) 12 Our rose garden - University of Illinois Extension, http://urbanext.illinois.edu/roses/disease.cfm (July, 2020) 13 Rice, Infoplease, http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/science/rice.html (July, 2020) 14 Taking care of the rice field - Better Farming Series 21 Wet Paddy or Swamp Rice (FAO, 1977, 40, p.40), http://www.sittheng.com.my/en/transplant-method.html (July, 2020) 15 Yellow Dwarf (Mycoplasma Like Organism) - Exper System for Paddy, http://agritech.tnau.ac.in/expert_system/paddy/cpdisyellowdraft.html (July, 2020) 16 https://www.heirloomroses.com/info/care/roses/introduction-to-roses/ (March, 2021) 80 ... sách Anh văn chuyên ngành, làm tảng để người học tự học tiếng Anh chuyên ngành cấp độ cao - Ý nghĩa vai trị mơn học: mơn học tiếng Anh chuyên ngành Bảo vệ thực vật môn học có ý nghĩa quan trọng ngành. .. ngành Bảo vệ thực vật ngành Khoa học trồng có có vai trị hỗ trợ cho học sinh, sinh viên có kiến thức kỹ thuật tiếng Anh trồng trọt bảo vệ thực vật Mục tiêu môn học - Về Kiến thức: + Nâng cao từ... thực vật nông nghiệp, cách chăm sóc bảo vệ thực vật, tránh số bệnh đặc trưng thực vật - Kỹ năng: + Sử dụng cấu trúc từ vựng, điểm ngữ pháp học để miêu tả thực vật + Thảo luận viết nói cách bảo
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