Greenhouse Cut Flowers VHT239

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Achieve fantastic flowers from greenhouse production! A course for commercial cut flower growers who are concerned exclusively with greenhouse production. International trade in cut flowers has grown over recent decades. In most countries, developed or in development, it is now possible to get the most popular types of cut flowers almost any time of the year. Learn how to maximise yield and prolong cut flowers for best results and profit.

Learn to Grow Greenhouse Crops, Indoor plants or anything else in a Greenhouse

Lesson Structure There are 12 lessons in this course:
  1. Introduction to Cut Flower Production
    • To describe the nature and scope of Cut Flower production in greenhouses.
  2. Cultur…

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Achieve fantastic flowers from greenhouse production! A course for commercial cut flower growers who are concerned exclusively with greenhouse production. International trade in cut flowers has grown over recent decades. In most countries, developed or in development, it is now possible to get the most popular types of cut flowers almost any time of the year. Learn how to maximise yield and prolong cut flowers for best results and profit.

Learn to Grow Greenhouse Crops, Indoor plants or anything else in a Greenhouse

Lesson Structure There are 12 lessons in this course:
  1. Introduction to Cut Flower Production
    • To describe the nature and scope of Cut Flower production in greenhouses.
  2. Cultural Practices
    • To determine key cultural practices that are commonly required to develop and maintain a good rate of growth in a cut flower crop.
  3. Flower Initiation & Development
    • To explain the initiation and development of flowering in a cut flower crop.
  4. Pest & Disease Control
    • To determine management practices for cut flower crops grown in a greenhouse
  5. Greenhouse Management A.
    • To discuss a range of greenhouse management techniques related to cut flower production.
  6. Greenhouse Management B.
    • To explain a range of greenhouse management techniques related to cut flower production.
  7. Management, Harvest & Post Harvest
    • Determine a range of harvest and post harvest techniques related to cut flower production.
  8. Herbaceous Perennials
    • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected herbaceous perennials.
  9. Annuals & Biennials
    • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected annuals and biennials.
  10. Bulbs, Corms, Tubers & Rhizomes
    • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected bulbs, corms, rhizomes or tubers.
  11. Filler Plants
    • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected filler plants.
  12. Miscellaneous
    • Determine greenhouse production techniques for roses, and for orchids.

Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school\'s tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Aims
  • Describe the nature and scope of cut flower production in greenhouses.
  • Determine key cultural practices that are commonly required to develop and maintain a good rate of growth in a cut flower crop.
  • Eexplain the initiation and development of flowering in a cut flower crop.
  • Determine management practices for cut flower crops grown in a greenhouse.
  • Discuss a range of greenhouse management techniques related to cut flower production.
  • Explain a range of greenhouse management techniques related to cut flower production.
  • Determine a range of harvest and post harvest techniques related to cut flower production.
  • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected herbaceous perennials.
  • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected annuals and biennials.
  • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected bulbs, corms, rhizomes or tubers.
  • Determine greenhouse production techniques for selected filler plants.
  • Determine greenhouse production techniques for roses and orchids.
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