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Cactuses & Succulents Plantes E-Learning

Virtual Training Propagating and cultivating cacti and succulents, succulents and cacti are plants that are often found in dry deserts outdoors and are able to withstand prolonged dry heat due to sufficient moisture storage in their fleshy organs.

Summary of this course:
There are tips for growing healthy succulents and three main factors for growing succulents, which are soil, water and sunlight. If these are provided well and adequately for the plant, the plants will remain fresh and healthy.

Succulents store water in their leaves, stems and roots. These plants survive in arid and grassless areas around the world. And they have adapted to these conditions. Fortunately, this mechanism of water storage and survival of succulents has led to the emergence of various types of leaf shapes and structures in succulents.

Growing cacti:
The soil composition of cacti should be sand and clay and a higher percentage of sand or gravel. Cacti need regular watering at longer intervals than usual plants, and the number and frequency of watering can be adjusted depending on the growth rate and season. Cacti grow in warm, bright areas because they are native to Latin America. Cacti need a lot of light and in low light environments they usually grow grassy and their appearance is out of cactus state.

Topics of the virtual training course for propagating and breeding cacti and succulents:

  • Botanical analysis of cacti and succulents
  • Propagation of cacti and succulents
  • Maintenance and care of cacti and succulents
  • Hybridization in cacti and succulents
  • Control and prevention of pests and diseases of cacti and succulents
  • Marketing of cacti and succulents

Prerequisites for the training course for propagating and breeding cacti and succulents:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.

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