|Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (brak danych)|
|Jednostka:||Wydział Biotechnologii i Ogrodnictwa|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
This course covers all aspects of fruit trees and small fruit production and the most important field vegetable crops. Moreover, the course provides an understanding of modern greenhouse technology and its application to horticulture plants with emphasis on soilless culture technology. The course presents methods of hydroponically producing vegetables (tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce, red pepper).
1. Biological and economic basis for the development of fruit trees and small fruit production.
2. Soil management and mineral nutrition of plants in orchards.
3. Growth, flowering and fruiting of fruit crops.
4. Technology of pome and stone fruit trees cultivation.
5. Picking, transport and storage of fruits.
6. Nursery production of fruit trees.
1. Characteristics of field vegetable production in the world.
2. Cultivation technology of the main field vegetable crops: Brassicas: cauliflower, broccoli, chinese cabbage. Root vegetables: carrots, beetroot. Alliums: onion, leek, garlic. Leguminous: bean, pea, broad bean. Solananaceous: tomato, paprika, eggplant.
III. Ornamental Plants
1. Conditions of natural occurrence of ornament al plants as a basis for their application in ornamental horticulture
2. Systems of ornament al plant cultivation : open ground, plastic covers, greenhouses.
3. Greenhouse plants: steering the flowering process, dormancy and forcing ornament al plants, tdurability of cut and pot flowers, application of growth substances in flower production
4. Agronomic factors in ornament al plant cultivation
IV. Soilless culture technology
1. Physical and chemical characteristics of growing media (organic: peat, crop residues, bark, wood shavings and sawdust, and inorganic:, sand and gravel, pumice, tuff, rockwool perlite, vermiculite).
2. Soilless culture systems (bag culture, rockwood culture, nutrient film technique – NFT, aeroponics, and evaluate their application and qualities. Open and closed hydroponic systems.
3. Technical equipment in soilless production systems. Water and irrigation. Fertilizers for nutrient solution.
4. Greenhouse management for vegetable production in soilless culture systems. Methods of hydroponically producing tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce, red pepper.
5. Water quality. salinity, concentration of nutrient elements. Plant nutrients requirement and their concentrations in the hydroponic nutrient solution. Nutrient balance.
6. Crops response on salinity and water supply in relation of fertilizer application. Problems and possibilities. Sterilization practices.
Classes (45 h):
1. Planning and establishing of the orchards and small fruit plantations.
2. Pruning and training of fruit trees, types of crown.
3. Methods of fruit trees grafting.
4. Characteristics of the most important cultivars of pome, stone trees and small bush species.
1. Generative and vegetative propagation of vegetable crops.
2. Technology of transplants production.
3. Plant treatments during the cultivation of vegetable crops.
4. Fieldworks in chosen vegetable farms.
III. Ornamental Plants
1. Principles of generative and vegetative propagation of ornamental plants
2. Cultivation and maintenance measures: planting and Re-planting, watering, shading and fertilization.
Iv. Soilless culture technology
1. Water quality. Assessment of pH values, EC (electrical conductivity measures), an alkalinity of the water
2. Acidification of water. Assessing the quantity of acid required by plotting a graph of the effect of addition of acid on the pH of the water sample
3. Greenhouse plants nutrient requirements. Estimation of appropriate nutrient solutions at different growth stages of plant plants.
Field trip (5hrs):
The commercial greenhouse production. The excursion to Krzeszowice and Bory Malinowskie.
Recognizing the organs of vegetative propagation in greenhouse and ground ornamental plants: annual, biennials and perennials, and plants propagated by seedlings
1. Number of hours and ECTS credits - compulsory subject Hours: 325; ECTS: 13
2. Number of hours and ECTS credits - facultative subject Hours: -; ECTS: -
3. Total number of hours and ECTS credits, a student must earn by direct contact with academics (lectures, classes, seminars....) Hours: 110; ECTS: 4,4
4. Total number of hours and ECTS credits, a student earns in the course of a practical nature, such as laboratory, field trips and design classes Hours: 55; ECTS: 2,2
5. Expected personal workload (without or with academics participation during consultations) necessary for realization of subject objectives. Hours: 215; ECTS: 8,6
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Bakerhttp://www.amazon.com/Growing-Fruit-Encyclopedia-Practical-Gardening/dp/1840001534 H. 1999. Growing Fruit. RHS Encyclopedia of Practical Gardening. The Royal Horticultural Society.
Journals: European Journal of Horticultural Science,
HortScience, Journal of the American Society of Horticulture Science
Brewster L.J. 1994. Onions and other vegetable alliums. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon, UK.
Edmond J.B, Musser A.M., Andrews F.S. 1957. Fundamentals of Horticulture. McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc, New York.
Kloc E. 2009. English for students of horticulture. University of Agriculture in Krakow.
McLeod J. 2007. Organic gardening. Random House, Australia Ptz Ltd.
Preece .E.J., Read E.P. 2005. The biology of horticulture. John Wile and Sons Inc., Australia.
Yamaguchi M. 1983. World vegetables. Ellis Horwood Limited, Publisher. Chichesters, England.
Sonneveld C., Voogt W. 2009. Plant nutrition of greenhouse crops. Springer.
Raviv M., Lieth J.H. 2007. Soilless culture. Theory and practice. Elsevier Sci.
|Efekty uczenia się:||
Defines the climate and soil requirements and principles of vegetable crops rotation.
Knows the biology, nutritional and cultivar characteristics of the most important species of fruit trees and field vegetables.
Has knowledge on the weed control and fertilization of the soil and feeding of fruit tree and vegetables crops.
Describes physical and chemical characteristics of growing media (organic and inorganic). Identifies and describes the components and design of various irrigation systems.
1.Plans planting and seedlings of trees, shrubs and basic field vegetables
2. The student applies the available methods and technologies for fruit and field vegetables production.
3. The student arranges transport and marketing of fruit
4. Investigate the water quality for hydroponic systems.
5. Recognizes nutrient requirements for different greenhouse plants and describe solutions that will provide them.
Social competence. Student:
He understands the need for continuous tracking of new technological solutions for field vegetable crops and understands the need to improve his professional qualifications.
Appreciates the nutritional values of fruits and vegetables and their relevance for human health.
Has the ability to provide expert advice on fruits and basic vegetables growing in the field.
Has ability to communicate, cooperate and resolve problems.
|Metody i kryteria oceniania:||
Lectures: written exam
Classes: projects on chosen vegetable crop and fruit tree production. Raports of chemical analysis.
Grade E (2.0) Does not know the characteristics of vegetable crops and none of the vegetable cultivation technologies. The student does not know the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees, bases of plant physiology and methods of production technology. Does not describe physical and chemical properties of growing media. Does not recognize nutrient requirements for greenhouse plants and do not describe solutions that will provide them.
Grade D (3.0) Selectively characterizes vegetable crops and knows some of the vegetable cultivation technologies. The student lists the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees, knows basic physiology of fruit plants.
Knows some soilless culture systems and describe physical and chemical properties of some growing media.
Grade C (3.5) Correctly characterizes the majority of vegetable crops and knows some of the vegetable cultivation technologies. The student lists the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees, knows basic physiology of fruit plants, production methods and technologies. Correctly characterizes soilless culture systems and describe physical and chemical properties of the most important growing media.
Grade B (4.0) Characterizes the most important vegetable and field vegetable cultivation technologies. The student lists the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees, knows basic physiology of fruit plants, production methods and technologies. Knows soilless culture systems. Describes some physical and chemical properties of growing media. Recognizes nutrient requirements for greenhouse plants and describe solutions that will provide them.
Grade B+ (4.5) Sufficiently characterizes vegetable crops and field vegetables cultivation technologies. The student lists and describes the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees and small fruit, knows and explains the processes of plant physiology and fruit selection, explains the methods and technology Selects and modifies the optimal methods and production technologies. Sufficiently recognizes nutrient requirements for greenhouse plants and describes solutions that will provide them.
Grade A (5.0) Entirely characterizes vegetable crops and field vegetable cultivation technologies. The student lists and describes the most important economic species and cultivars of fruit trees and small fruit, knows and explains the processes of plant physiology and fruit selection, explains the methods and technology Selects and modifies the optimal methods and production technologies. Analyzes the impact of physiological processes in plant quality and yield value. Knows soilless culture systems and evaluate their application and qualities. Describes physical and chemical properties of growing media and indicate their advantages and disadvantages. Entirely recognizes nutrient requirements for greenhouse plants and describe solutions that will provide them.
Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2020/2021" (zakończony)
|Okres:||2020-10-01 - 2021-02-24||
zobacz plan zajęć
Ćwiczenia audytoryjne, 30 godzin
Ćwiczenia laboratoryjne, 20 godzin
Ćwiczenia terenowe, 10 godzin
Wykład, 45 godzin
|Prowadzący grup:||(brak danych)|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
Ćwiczenia audytoryjne - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Ćwiczenia terenowe - Zaliczenie
Wykład - Egzamin
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Rolniczy im. Hugona Kołłątaja w Krakowie.