Processing Of Plant Organic Matter E-Learning
Virtual training of processing plant organic materials, observing the principles of safety and health, collects the leaves of plants under the supervision of an instructor and acts in a special place so that it can be used for land and pots.
Summary of this course:
Organic matter or organic matter is a large group of carbon-based compounds. Which exist in different environments such as aquatic and terrestrial environments or which are made in laboratories by means of synthesis methods. In another definition, organic matter refers to substances derived from living organisms such as plants and animals and their remains. In addition, organic matter is not limited to living organisms, but organic molecules can also be produced by chemical reactions that do not contain residues of living organisms. Important organic substances include cellulose, protein, lignin, lipids and carbohydrates. Organic matter plays a very important role in the food cycle of the environment and water remains on the surface of plants.
Organic matter cycle in nature:
Most of the organic matter in the soil comes from groundwater. When groundwater saturates the soil or sediment around it, organic matter can move freely between its phases. Groundwater also has its own natural organic resources, which include:
- Sediments of organic matter, such as kerogen and coal.
- Soil organic matter and sediments
- Organic matter of rivers, lakes and marine systems that penetrate to low levels.
Virtual training courses for plant organic matter processing:
- Complementary measures
- Had operations
- Packaging and sales
Prerequisites for the course of processing plant organic materials:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.