Cornell cals required coursework

At least 3 elective credits from the following:
AEM 2770 : Computational Sustainability
AEM 3030 : Explorations in Analytic Modeling  ( credits)
AEM 3100 : Business Statistics
AEM 3390 : Research Methods in International Development
AEM 4010 : Organizational Analytics  ( credits)
AEM 4060 : Risk Simulation and Optimization
AEM 4070 : Advanced Financial Analytics with Applications in Agriculture and Development
AEM 4110 : Introduction to Econometrics
AEM 4120 : Computational Methods for Management and Economics
AEM 4190 : Strategic Thinking
BTRY/ILRST/STSCI 3080 : Probability Models and Inference
CS 1110 : Introduction to Computing Using Python
CS 1112 : Introduction to Computing Using MATLAB
​ ECON 3130 : Statistics and Probability
ECON 3140 : Econometrics
ECON 4020 : Game Theory
ILRST 2110 : Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences II 
ILRST 3110 : Probability Models and Inference for the Social Sciences
MATH 1120 : Calculus II

That's true that Amdro fire ant bait (Hydramethylnon) isn't listed for use in the garden. As I said, you don't use it IN a veggie garden. You use it around the periphery. This approach is specifically recommended by ag extension services. Also, it is not taken up by plants (that's well understood). Residues on plants that have been detected were from direct contact after spray application (which residential users don't do). As granular bait, it has very low volatility, so it's not like you're going to be breathing it in. It degrades quickly in the soil by sunlight and microbial activity. Lifetime exposure and ingestion in very large quantities has been associated with cancer. Don't eat a lot of the stuff. If you're really scared of it, wash your hands after you apply.

Cornell cals required coursework

cornell cals required coursework


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