Producer Of Mulberry Sapling E-Learning
Virtual training for berry seedling production has been created for people to become fully acquainted with berry seedlings. Berries are one of the trees that can live more than 200 or 300 years. This tree is found in most countries of the world. Youngberry seedlings have orange bark in winter. Mulberry tree planting can be done in different parts of the world. Because this tree grows in different climates. Its height can reach 25 meters.
Some mulberry trees flower but these flowers do not bear fruit. Such trees are practically ornamental and most of their shade is used. Examples of these ornamental berries can be seen in Saadabad Palace.
Methods of producing berry seedlings:
- Asexual reproduction (seeding):
Leaf (semi-woody) This method is not used.
- Sexual reproduction (seeding):
In this method, the berry fruit is planted in the treasury and transferred to the main land after 8 months. These seedlings do not grow well and this method is not recommended.
Ecological needs of berries:
Irrigation: All berries do not need water in terms of water consumption. In the places where they are planted, there should be at least 600 mm of rain annually, evenly throughout the year, so that no artificial irrigation is needed. Seedlings need more water at the beginning of cultivation and young age and should be watered once or twice a week, but gradually as the age of the tree, their water requirement decreases. In low water areas, old trees should be watered at least once every 10 to 15 days.
Soil: Loamy sandy soils are very suitable for the growth of mulberry trees. Mixing the soil with decaying plant materials such as leaves, ie humus, allows the soil to breathe and the bacteria in it to have more and better interactions. Lands that are not permeable to water and retain moisture for a long time and intersect are absolutely incapable of planting mulberry trees. Also, berries should not be planted in soils that are closed due to sunlight. In clay soils where air permeability is low (cold soils), the growth of mulberry trees is irregular and very slow. The mulberry tree shows good growth in neutral soils so that it can be considered as a neutral plant. The best pH for him is between 6 and 7.
Topics of the virtual training course for berry seedling production:
Select the appropriate variety for production
Propagation of berries by sowing method
Propagation of berries by cutting method
Propagation of berries by grafting method
Propagation of berries by the method of soaking
Maintaining the nursery
Harvesting, packing and transferring seedlings
Prerequisites for berry seedling production period:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.