Physalis Greenhouse Cultivator E-Learning
Physical training of Physalis greenhouse cultivation, in this educational standard, the topics of economic estimation, preparation and operation of planting, planting and harvesting of Physalis plant are discussed. And is associated with occupations such as greenhouse designers and builders, the seller of greenhouse supplies and greenhouse owners, a seller of pesticides and fertilizers, the seller of seeds and seedlings.
Summary of this course:
Physalis has received a lot of attention due to its high nutritional and medicinal value. Its fruits, leaves and stems contain compounds that are beneficial to human health. This plant is widely used in the treatment of diabetes, hepatitis, stomach ulcers and other diseases. Physalis fruit is rich in vitamins A, C, B, crude protein, phosphorus and iron. It also contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Physalis (scientifically known as Physalis peruviana) is a herbaceous or semi-arid herbaceous or annual plant in temperate and perennial plants in tropical and subtropical regions. The height of the plant is 1 to 1.5 meters, although with the cultivation of the plant it reaches more than 2 meters. The root system of this plant is branched and the length of the main roots is between 50 and 80 cm. The main stem is herbaceous, green and has 8 to 12 nodes. There are two vegetative and reproductive buds at each node. The leaves are alternate 5 to 15 cm long and 4 to 10 cm wide.
One of the unique features of Physalis is its fruit cover, which expands after flowering, forming a flower shell that is much larger than the fruit and surrounds it, and hangs the fruit like a lantern in the lower direction. مینماید. This shell surrounds the fruit completely during its development and ripening and protects it from insects, birds, pests and diseases, and adverse environmental conditions.
Physalis Greenhouse Cultivation Virtual Training Course Topics:
- Economic estimation of Physalis greenhouse production plan
- Location of greenhouse construction, selection of appropriate structures and equipment
- Preparation of suitable substrate for physalis cultivation
- Perform physalis planting operations
- Performed Physalis operations
- Control and control of various pests, diseases and weeds of Physalis plant
- Perform harvesting and post-harvest operations
- Packaging and marketing
Prerequisites for Physalis Greenhouse Cultivation Training Course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.