Academia Corporativa da Cana - Agronomic Management - Module XII - Applied Field Research - Centro de Cana IACRegular price R$450,00
In this learning module, specialists in the subject will address the current situation of Sugarcane Research in Brazil, highlighting achievements and results in nutrition, varieties, planting techniques, competitive vegetative propagation and varietal management with full knowledge of the facts.
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What I will learn in this module:
- An overview of sugarcane research in Brazil
- 3rd axis methodology in sugarcane production
- Practices in sugarcane nutrition and fertilization with less environmental impact - I
- Practices in sugarcane nutrition and fertilization with less environmental impact - II
- History of 50 years of use of sugarcane varieties in the state of São Paulo
- New sugarcane planting techniques in the Center-South region
- Propagation material: Production and use of pre-sprouted sugarcane seedlings
- Propagation material: Projects, developments and updates
- Varietal management in sugarcane culture
- Multiplication criteria in the varietal adoption process
This module is a part of Academia da Cana:
The Corporate Academy of Sugarcane - Agronomic Management, is a project resulting from the partnership between PECEGE - Institute of Research and Continuing Education in Economics and Business Management and AgroCiência Consultancy, Research and Agronomic Development, which aims to promote the dissemination of knowledge and information through Distance Education (EaD), promoting the training, updating and succession of professionals in the various segments of the sugarcane production chain.
The module you are viewing is part of the serial course "Cane Corporate Academy - Agronomic Management", comprising 12 learning modules, as shown in the list below. Consider purchasing additional modules, or the entire course and get progressive discounts:
- I. Basic concepts (physiology, maturation and production system)
- II. soil management
- III. preparation and planting
- IV. weed management
- V. Pest management
- SAW. Mineral nutrition of plants
- VII. harvesting systems
- VIII. Economic management in sugarcane
- IX. varieties and diseases
- X. Agronomic technologies (biostimulant, biological control and soil microbiota)
- XI. Rational use of water resource
- XII. Research applied to the field - IAC
Institution: PECEGE – Institute for Research and Continuing Education in Economics and Business Management (Polo Educacional PECEGE Projetos) and AgroCiência Consultancy, Research and Agronomic Development
Instructors: Marcos Guimarães de Andrade Landell, Raffaella Rossetto, Rubens Braga Júnior, Mauro Alexandre Xavier and Daniel Nunes da Silva
Target Audience: Students and Professionals in Agronomic Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Commercial, Administrative, Agricultural Sciences, Administration, Accounting, Controllership, Economy, Agribusiness, Business Management, Consultants and other functions related to the Sugarcane Production Chain .
Modality: Distance course consisting of recorded video lessons, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Teaching materials to download.
Language: This course is only available in the Portuguese (BR) version.
Hours: 6 hours
Devices: desktop, notebook, smartphone or tablet
Certificate: Students can download the certificate of completion in electronic format immediately after completing the module, provided they have achieved at least 70% correct answers in the sufficiency test.
Acquisition: This module can be purchased individually, or in combination with other modules and has progressive discounts, according to the quantity purchased in the same purchase:
Availability: The time to access the content in the learning environment varies according to the number of modules purchased:
- Purchases of a module guarantee access for 3 months;
- Purchases from 2 modules guarantee access for 6 months;
- Purchases over 3 modules allow access for 12 months.