Transfer Of Seedlings And Plants To Pots And Gardens E-Learning
Virtual training for transferring flower and plant seedlings to pots and gardens has been created for people to become fully acquainted with transferring flower and plant seedlings to pots and gardens. How to plant flowers in the garden is done in two ways: The first method is to transplant and then transfer to the garden soil. And the second method is to sow the seeds directly in the garden. The first method has more advantages than the second method and it has a much higher probability of flower seed growth than the second method.
In the method of planting flowers in the garden, after selecting the seeds, we must consider the suitable soil for planting flower seeds. Choosing the right soil is very important for planting ornamental plants such as flowers. Because some garden soils may cause germination and prevent seed germination. We must pay attention to this point in how to plant flowers in the garden. Heavy clay soils prevent the seed from growing and coming out of the soil. And causes the destruction of the seed. To sow the seeds, the soil should be semi-light and rich. And also be a preservative of moisture. The best combination for planting flower seeds includes 30% cocopeat + 50% peat moss or vermicompost + 20% fine-grained perlite, which if you do not have access to it, you can use ready-packed soils.
Seedling cultivation method:
The purpose of seedling cultivation is to produce plants that are difficult to propagate by seed. In fact, due to the early maturity of the crop, less predominance of weeds and less consumption of seeds, seedlings are cultivated. This method increases yield, better resource productivity and better water and nutrition management, seedling management in the greenhouse, reduces plant growth time on the farm and disease resistance. Transplanted seedlings, bare-root seedlings and potted seedlings are the types of seedlings used for cultivation. Depending on the type of plant and the necessary conditions for planting it, it should be decided that the plant should be planted as a seedling or directly. It should be noted that in some plants such as wheat due to high density, its seedling cultivation is not cost-effective or in plants such as carrots that have vertical roots, it is not possible to produce seedlings and cultivate it.
Virtual training course topics for transferring flower and plant seedlings to pots and gardens:
Choice of tools
Choose the right seedling
Prepare the planting bed
Planting seedlings in the garden
Planting seedlings in pots
Take care of the transferred seedlings
Prerequisites for the period of transferring flower and plant seedlings to pots and gardens:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.