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Horticulture-its definition and branches, importance and Scope; Horticultural and Botanical Classification; Climate and Soil for Horticulture Crops; Plant Propagation Methods and Propagating structures; Principles of Orchard establishment; Principles and methods of Training and Pruning; Juvenility and Flower bud differentiation; Unfruitfulness; Pollination, pollinisers and pollinators; Fertilisation and Parthenocarpy; Kitchen gardening; Garden types and parts; Lawn making; Medicinal and aromatic plants; Spices and condiments; Use of plant bio-regulators in horticulture; Irrigation and Fertilisers application.
Identification of garden tools; Identification of horticultural crops; Preparation of seedbed/nursery bed; Practice of sexual and asexual method of propagation; Layout and planting of orchard plants; Training and pruning of fruit trees; Transplanting and care of vegetable seedlings; Making of herbaceous and shrubbery borders; Preparation of potting mixture; potting and repotting; Fertiliser application in different crops; Visit to commercial nurseries and orchards.
Ms. Basabadatta Sahu, working as Assistant Professor in Department of Horticulture, MS Swaminathan School of Agriculture.She has good knowledge of working in production of vegetable crops and nursery. Good experience of imparting training to farmers.