Growing Vegetables E-Learning
Virtual vegetable training has been created for people to become fully acquainted with vegetable growing. Vegetable cultivation is the planting of various vegetables in order to feed and exploit its various parts. It should be noted that vegetables are considered the main food in many parts of the world and the per capita consumption of vegetables varies in different countries. Studies conducted in developed countries show that 200 grams of fresh vegetables are essential for human daily consumption, and this highlights the importance of vegetables and work vegetables. There are several steps to get good quality vegetables, including planting, holding, harvesting, eating vegetables, leafy vegetables, fruit vegetables, dark eggplant vegetables, dark squash vegetables, root vegetables,
Nutritional value and importance of vegetables:
Consumption of vegetables is essential for good health, and most of them are low in energy and carbohydrates. Based on proper and modern nutrition, a food must have tasty – healthy – satiating and economical properties. Most vegetables have this feature. The presence of vegetables in the daily diet of human beings is necessary so that 80% of the total volume of food should be garden products (fruits and vegetables) and the remaining 20% should be protein (meat, eggs, cheese) and sugars (starch and the like).
Ingredients and ingredients in vegetables:
Vegetables play a very important role in human nutrition in terms of having a variety of vitamins, minerals, proteins, sugars and in terms of having a significant amount of cellulose that facilitates digestion. It should be noted that many of the substances needed by the body, which are present even in very small amounts necessary for survival, are not found in animal foods or are very small if they are abundant in vegetables.
Vegetable Virtual Training Course Topics:
Propagation of vegetables (seeds – cuttings – rhizomes – tubers – onions)
Determining the appropriate cultivation method and performing cultivation
Working with a variety of irrigation systems (traditional and pressurized)
Performing integrated management of plant pests and diseases
Determining plant nutritional needs and fertilizing
Harvesting a variety of vegetables
Packaging, storage and marketing of vegetables
Prerequisites for the vegetable growing season:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.