Virtual training of bean cultivation has been created for people to become fully acquainted with bean cultivation. Planting means placing seeds in the heart of the soil. But in agriculture, effective cultivation is when in addition to placing the seeds in the soil, its moisture needs are also met. In cultivation, all climatic conditions, soil factors, seed characteristics and available facilities should be considered. The place where the seed is placed is called the planting bed. Cultivation substrate in agriculture is generally arable soil. A suitable seedbed is a bed in which the necessary conditions are provided for the seed to germinate and the plant to grow so that the resulting plant has the highest yield per unit area.
Suitable time for planting legumes:
Planting beans at the right time is very important.
In such a way that if it is not planted in time, the plant will be damaged.
To determine the right time to plant legumes, you need to consider the type of soil, the type of plant, and the climatic conditions.
Suitable time to harvest beans:
Beans should be harvested at the right time.
If the products are not harvested at the right time, they can not achieve good profitability.
The editorial staff of Amard Magazine advises you to be sure to get the time of planting and harvesting beans from reliable sources.
Tools needed for planting and harvesting:
First of all, we need a tool to prepare the planting environment.
These tools include: shovels, pickaxes, chemical fertilizers and plant fertilizers and various animal manures, ferrules and wooden nails and ropes.
Virtual training course for grain cultivation:
Ability to distinguish legumes and their types
Ability to plant a variety of legumes
Able to operate a variety of beans
Ability to harvest a variety of legumes
Ability to apply occupational safety and health standards in the workplace
Prerequisites for growing legumes:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.