‘This course enables you to listen to your crop and react accordingly.’ (Quote from a participant)
For anybody who would like to learn more about Fertigation in Horticulture. This course is intended for everybody with some experience in horticulture ór preliminary education with Chemistry ór the online course Introduction to basics of Fertigation in Horticulture.
What do you learn?
- Nitrogen can be offered in 2 ways, as Nitrate or Ammonium. The plant has a strong preference for Ammonium. With an excessive Ammonium gift, the pH can drop too much resulting in dieback of roots. This directly leads to loss of yield. How can you best respond to this?
- How does the plant absorb nutritional elements; what are main- and spore elements, what function do they have and how do you recognize a deficiency?
- Why is pH so important, how to influence?
- To read an analysis; understand how a drip scheme is calculated.
How to learn?
This course is given online by the teacher. You participate by listening to the lectures and discuss the topics with the teacher. You can ask questions and have to make the exercises. It is like a real life class with a lot of interaction but it is online!
You will understand the principals of Fertigation. This will help you to develop your work in horticultural business. A certificate of participation is provided after the course.
|Target audience||Working in horticulture|
|Prior education||Chemistry or Introduction Fertigation|
|Course||7 online classes|
|When||From January 9 till February 20, 2024|
|Duration||15:30 – 17:00 h (CEST = GMT+1)|
|Investment||€ 775,- excluding VAT and administration costs|
Information or registrion for this course
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.