Thinning And Gap Filling Operation E-Learning
Virtual training of thinning and working operations has been created for people to become fully acquainted with thinning and working operations. Gap filling: Sometimes in the field due to untimely cold and hail, insufficient soil moisture, attack of some diseases. And plant pests, etc. A number of germinated plants are destroyed. Or it may be due to loosening and hardening of the soil surface. After watering, some germinated seeds can not leave the soil. Finally, there may not be enough plants on the field due to the lack of adjustment of the seed machine or little seed vigor.
As a result, to solve these problems and create the desired density, the seeds are sown or replanted. Wakari should not be done so late. There will be a huge growth difference between the previous plants and the plants that will turn green after planting.
What is a thinning operation?
To get acquainted with the operation of thinning on agricultural lands, we should know that the operation of removing excess plants and creating a suitable density in the field is called “thinning”. In fact, it is worse than worthless, it consumes time and resources but returns no sales. Usually, after the plant is fully established, in most cases the plants and their density in the field is too desirable. Therefore, additional plants should be removed. To enable better growth and development. Thinning is done by hand or with special machines.
In manual thinning, the experienced workers, by observing the appropriate distances between the bushes, keep the juiciest and strongest bushes and remove the weak bushes. In order to prevent damage to other plants during the thinning operation, the field should be Gavroo in terms of moisture.
Topics of Virtual Training Course in Thinning and Working:
Planting operations with seedlings and plants
Wakari operation by sowing seeds
Prerequisites for the course of thinning and working:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.