Pesticide Management
CATEGORY: Agriculture

Pesticide Management

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview

Introduction

Audio-visual methodology is aimed at
supporting and empowering people involved in the field of agriculture to
define, promote, and take full ownership of their own development, as learning
is a life-long process.

Skills development is a key driver of
socio-economic development. Mainstreaming of agricultural development efforts
is crucial to ensure congruence and effective deployment of resources.

Avoid the development of pesticide resistance by using integrated pest
management (IPM), which employs a combination of control methods and commonly
reduces reliance on pesticides.

Who Should Enrol

All people involved in the
field of agriculture
.

Course Design

A way to bolster
agricultural production is to develop practical agricultural education systems.
A powerful way of doing this is through the use of audio-visual modules which is a
highly effective and tested methodology to approach, examine and impart
knowledge.

This is a comprehensive series of modules that follow a step-by-step process and can be
used in group training or self-study – and are structured according to visual
training guidelines. This implies defining most of the terminology used and
where necessary, supporting the visual storyline with graphics and animation to
enhance the learning process and ensure that sustainable knowledge is gained in
the learning process.

These modules are designed
to do precisely what they are meant to do – and that is to support skills
development.

Online Video Series Supporting Agri Skills Development and
Best Farming Practices.
Best.

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Transportation
  • Buying Pesticides
  • Storage
  • Mixing and Application
  • Waste Management
  • Integrated

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this video series, candidates will be able to have a better understanding of some of the important aspects of pesticide management including the following:

  • Transportation
  • Storage
  • Mixing and Application
  • Waste Management

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