Transplanting Almonds E-Learning
Virtual Almond Transplant Training has been created for people to become fully acquainted with the nutrition of Almond Transplant. The best base for almonds is a bitter almond base. Which is very resistant to drought, pests, salinity and poor soil. On this base, all kinds of sweet almonds, as well as peaches, peaches, fig peaches, peaches, etc. can be grafted. Green tomatoes are also attractive on this base and of course, it is not very compatible and hard grafts.
I recommend transplanting almond trees to beginners. It links very easily. It is not even sensitive to the shape of the scion and the method of transplantation (eg tubular or T). The transplant time can be done in three chapters.
- After the sap flows and before the tree wakes up (March)
- Joe Drew (June)
- Sleep transplant (September)
Simply place a piece of skin containing the bud (scion) under the seedling skin and then tightly wrap around the scion so that it does not breathe. Of course, the tip of the bud must be free to grow. Head over the seedlings. To stimulate the bud to grow. After making sure the graft is obtained, cut the branches slightly above the graft site and remove the rest of the non-grafted newly grown branches and buds.
Bonding literally means that during which a part of a plant is placed on top of another plant in such a way that the two after a while fuse together and form a single plant. In such a way that the plant resulting from their union can continue to grow as an independent plant.
Some researchers consider grafting to be a special technique in which a part of a plant is replaced with a part of a plant in order to provide suitable support, nutrition and growth conditions for the new plant. Others define grafting as the transfer of part of a plant to another part of a plant for the purpose of plant growth or to accustom a new plant to specific environmental conditions.
In horticulture, the part that forms the aerial parts of a grafted plant is called the scion, and the other part that involves the growth of the plant is called the base or frost. Undoubtedly, the closer the two parts are genetically similar and botanically related, the easier it is for the tissues to fuse at the graft and the more stable the graft.
Almond Plant Virtual Training Course Topics:
Performing various methods of propagation of almond plant
Perform link operations
Check the different bases of almonds
Check different varieties of almonds
Perform a variety of branch transplants
Perform a variety of bud transplants
Investigation of graft fusion and scion treatment after the transplant operation
Prerequisites for Almond Transplanting Period:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.