Coordinates with administrators and research project leaders on work plans and programs and makes recommendations for improvements, land preparation, fertilizing, planting crops, cultivation, and harvesting of experimental feed plots.
Determines soil use and rotation of vegetables crops.
Plans and supervises the vegetables planting, cultivating, harvesting and storing of field and garden crops on large and complex institutional farms.
Supervises all operations and manage labours.
Makes reports on time, equipment, materials, and production; keeps records and prepares estimates of needs.
Directs the repair and maintenance of farm equipment.
Thorough knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques of practical vegetables farm management as related to institutional needs and purposes.
Thorough knowledge of soils, vegetables crops, animal husbandry, and equipment care and maintenance.
Thorough knowledge of farm equipment and materials and ability to manage the use of materials and equipment efficiently and economically.
Considerable knowledge of plant and animal diseases and insect pests and of modern methods of their prevention, eradication, and cure.
Ability to keep records of time, production and costs, and to make reports and recommendations for improvement in methods and equipment.
Ability to plan and direct large-scale diversified farm activities, to supervise large groups of farm workers in farm activities and to direct skilled and unskilled employees in varied farm operations
Collecting data & analysis for the trails at farm field
Has to be good in MS office – Word, Excel & Powerpoint.