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Type of course:
Certificate Course: (Theory + Practice)
Eligibility: 10th/12th/ ITI pass
Prerequisite: Interested participants should have a general idea about rising crops.
Duration of the course:
Theory: 1 hour per week (Total: 25 Classes)
Practical: 50 hours (Practice is to be done in campus)
Faculty name: Dr. Samapika Dalai
Participants will get certificate from university after successful completion of the course.
Job opportunities: Participants can cultivate flowers in their own field and start local flower business as this course provides enough knowledge regarding flower crop production.
Module 1: Introduction to Floriculture
Definition, features of floriculture
Identification of flowering crops
Classification of floricultural plants
Garden tools and implements
Module 2: Propagation and nursery raising technology of floricultural plants
Propagation of floricultural plants
Nursery raising technology of floricultural plants
Module 3: Cultivation practices of important flower crops
Module 4: Harvest and Post harvest Care
Post harvest handling of cut and loose flowers
Module 5: Crop Health Management
Physiological disorders in lily anthurium and gerbera
Diseases of flowering plants and their management
Insect pest of flowering plants and their management
Definition, features, importance and scope of floriculture.
Nursery raising techniques of flowering plants
Post harvest handling of flowers
Physiological disorders in lily anthurium and gerbera<a
Dr. Samapika Dalai is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Horticulture, M.S. Swaminathan School of Agriculture, Paralakhemundi Campus, Centurion University of Technology and Management Odisha, India. She has completed her Under Graduation (UG) in Bachelor in Horticulture from OUAT, Odisha, Post Graduation in Horticulture from SVPUA&T, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh and Ph.D in Horticulture from […]