First-class introductory agricultural training virtual education has been created for people to become fully acquainted with agricultural agriculture. The science of agriculture includes human activities that are performed in order to meet the needs of some plants and thus benefit from their maximum productive power. Or agriculture is cultivation and farm and the occupation of agriculture has a complex scientific background by which animal and vegetable products are obtained.
Agriculture is the process of planting, holding and harvesting plants that produce seeds for up to a year after sowing seeds. Wheat, barley, tomatoes and carrots are some of the crops. Agriculture is the opposite of gardening, which aims to grow trees.
Agriculture is done for the following purposes:
In general, crops can be grouped in different ways, including based on botanical and evolutionary characteristics, the purpose of production and consumption, plant longevity, environmental needs and favorable growing conditions, crop operations, etc. Crops may fall into two or more different groups due to their different characteristics and multi-purpose production.
Topics of Virtual Agriculture Training Course – Introductory:
Ability to cultivate wheat
Ability to cultivate barley
Ability to cultivate rice
Ability to cultivate cotton
Ability to cultivate tobacco
Ability to cultivate soybeans
Ability to cultivate tea
Ability to grow sugar beet
Ability to grow legumes
Ability to grow forage crops
Ability to grow vegetables
Ability to cultivate summer crops
Prerequisites for a first-class agricultural introductory course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.