Cultivator Chickpea Dry Farming Chickpea E-Learning
Virtual training of rain-fed chickpea cultivation is a job of the agricultural group (agricultural affairs) which is related to jobs such as agricultural experts of Jihad Agricultural Service Centers and officials of seed, pesticide, fertilizer and agricultural equipment sales centers.
Summary of this course:
Chickpeas are traditionally grown in many parts of the world. In developing countries, chickpeas, like other legumes, play an important role in traditional planting systems. In addition to their importance as a food source for human and animal nutrition, It can help in soil management and fertility, especially in arid areas.
Scientific information about chickpeas:
Chickpeas are scientifically known as Cicer aritinum. This genus belongs to the family (Fabaceae). Its English name is (Chickpea). Pea (arietinum.C) is one of the first legumes to be domesticated in the ancient world. Chickpeas most likely originated in southeastern Turkey and neighboring areas in Syria. In this area, three annual species of the wild genus (Cicer) have been found that are closely related to field chickpeas. The name (Cicer) is of Latin origin and is probably derived from the Indo-European language word Kickere used by the early Greeks. Evidence shows that large, cream-colored chickpeas were imported to India via Afghanistan two centuries ago, which is why they are known as Kabuli chickpeas in India and other parts of the world. Seed and black pea varieties are known as local chickpeas (Desi).
Topics of the virtual training course for rain-fed chickpea cultivation:
- Identify and select suitable dryland chickpea cultivars in the region
- Select the right time for planting and suitable land
- Planting operations
- Had operations
- Harvest operation
Prerequisites for dry chickpea cultivation training course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.