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  • Guy Sela, Cropaia - Fertilization and Irrigation - theory and best practices

    The book covers the essentials of plant nutrition and irrigation management. Throughout the 232 pages of the book, the author, Guy Sela, shares his knowledge on the most important aspects of crop nutrition and irrigation, including: Plant nutrients, fertilizer management practices, interpretation of soil analysis, irrigation water quality, ...

    By Cropaia based in ISRAEL.

  • Agronomy Basics Course

    Agronomy Basics is an introductory crops and soils course. Upon completion the learner should have a fundamental knowledge of soil and water, nutrient management, pest management, and crop management.  Topics include basic soil physical and biological characteristics, resource conservation, irrigation, drainage, water quality, soil and tissue ...

    By Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) based in Madison, WISCONSIN (USA). from Classroom - Classes - Soil & Water Management Training line

  • Flying Senor Training

    HiView provides training to empower local operators with the ability to use Flying Sensors independently in order to increase their yields. The training is conducted by ThirdEye, a company based in Mozambique and Kenya, that offers Flying Sensor (drone, UAV) skill training and capacity building in Africa since 2013. It was established through a ...

    By HiView based in Wageningen, NETHERLANDS.

  • Irrigation and Fertilization Training Courses

    Irrigation and fertilization are the two most important practices in crop production. Participating in this course will give you the tools and expertise needed to master irrigation and fertilization. Improve your agricultural practices to achieve better yields and effectiveness. A certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion of the ...

    By Smart Fertilizer Management based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

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