Course Title: PROPAGATE CANNABIS PLANTS
MODULE ID: JMW SP 11
NQF Level: 1
Duration: 4 days
Delivery Mode: Online
- Additional Resources
- Portfolio Of Evidence
- Learner Support
- Assessment of POE
Support will be offered to students by way of electronic assistance. This support relates only to the course material covered.
LEARNING OUTCOME 1
Identify the propagation environment within a Cannabis production context.
The propagation environment includes but is not limited to open field and protective structures (plastic, glass, polycarbonate, fibreglass, shade cloth, etc.) as relevant to the context of application.
LEARNING OUTCOME 2
Prepare cannabis propagation material and propagation media according to specific instructions.
Propagation material includes but is not limited to sexual reproductive material such as seeds etc, and asexual reproductive material such as cuttings, as relevant to the context of application.
LEARNING OUTCOME 3
Carry out routine cannabis propagation procedures within the specific agricultural propagation context under supervision.
The propagation procedures include but are not limited to cuttings, scarification, temperature trays, seed preparation etc. as relevant to the context of application.
Agricultural propagation context includes but is not limited to open fields, glasshouses, shade houses aquatic environments etc. as relevant to the context of application.
LEARNING OUTCOME 4
Carry out routine post cannabis propagation procedures within the specific production context under supervision.
The maintenance of the propagation material may include but is not limited to watering, weeding, fertilization, temperature control, pest and disease control etc. Hygiene requirements include but are not limited to sterilizing of equipment, environment, pest and disease control etc.
Note: It is highly recommended where possible, that learners completing this specialization should be computer literate. However due to the limited availability of computers in certain areas, the inclusion of compulsory computer literacy unit standards within the elective component may prevent learners from completing their qualification.