JOGUITOPAR / TROPICAL FLOWER PRODUCTION

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Comprender la importancia del sector agrícola generando un cambio de actitud y dar a conocer aspectos importantes del establecimiento del cultivo, producción, comercialización y aspectos ecológicos de las flores tropicales.

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JOGUITOPAR / TROPICAL FLOWER PRODUCTION

  1. 1. TROPICAL FLOWER PRODUCTION JOSE GUILLERMO TORRES PARDO Agronomy Engineer
  2. 2. TROPICAL FLOWER PRODUCTION Understand the importance of the agricultural sector generating a change of attitude and raising awareness of the important aspects of the establishment of crops, production, commercialization and ecological aspects of the tropical flowers
  3. 3. MARKETING • ANALYZE • PRODUCTION PLANNING • PRODUCTION DIAGNOSTICS • ESTABLISH NEEDS
  4. 4. MARKETING DO YOU KNOW WHO THE CUSTOMER IS? DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE CUSTOMER? ARE YOU COMMITTED TO THE CUSTOMER? DO YOU HAVE HIGH-QUALITY PRODUCTS THAT ARE DIFFERENTIATED FROM THE COMPETITION?
  5. 5. MARKETING WHICH SPECIES? WHICH VARIETALS? HOW MUCH VOLUME? HOW MUCH TO PRODUCE?
  6. 6. AGRO-ECOLOGICAL NEEDS  ENVIRONMENTAL ZONING  PLANT COVERAGE  CLIMATE: Altitude Temperature Precipitation Relative Humidity Brightness of the Sun  SOILS  WATER  INFRASTRUCTURE  RESOURCES  HUMAN TALENT Rural EconomiesPeople Land Technology
  7. 7. PROPAGATION Produce the plant material in accordance with the technical, production and environmental parameters of each one of the species to be propagated
  8. 8. PROPAGATION 1. Schedule planting 2. Oversee the production process 3. Prepare substrates according to the cultivation method 4. Increase plant material
  9. 9. PROPAGATION SCHEDULE PLANTING Define Areas Identify the seeds according to the species to be planted Determine the infrastructure needed for the species to be planted PLANNING 1. ADAPTATION 2. SEASON 3. SEEDING 4. WATER
  10. 10. PROPAGATION OVERSEE THE PROCESS Coordinate tasks Inspect environmental regulations
  11. 11. PROPAGATION PREPARE SUBSTRATES Prepare the root banks Prepare the soil and/or substrate
  12. 12. PROPAGATION INCREASE PLANT MATERIAL Root the material Perform the pruning and cultivation tasks
  13. 13. CULTIVATION Cultivate fresh tropical flowers that meet the market’s needs
  14. 14. CULTIVATION 1. Make the infrastructure available for the planting 2. Prepare the soil and/or substrates 3. Transplant or plant the plant material
  15. 15. CULTIVATION 4. Perform crop cultivation management 5. Perform pest and disease control 6. Establish irrigation and fertilization programs
  16. 16. CULTIVATION 7. Cut fresh flowers 8. Monitor the production cycle 9.Manage the organic and inorganic waste resulting from the production and propagation process
  17. 17. CULTIVATE MAKE THE INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABLE FOR PLANTING Maintain the infrastructure, equipment and tools Build beds or banks needed for the species
  18. 18. CULTIVATE PREPARE THE SOIL AND/OR SUBSTRATES Manually plow the soil and prepare the substrate Use the tools, equipment and machines according to the physical characteristics of the soil and/or substrate
  19. 19. CULTIVATE TRANSPLANT OR PLANT THE PLANT MATERIAL Cultivate the plant material in the defined site. Perform the initial care of the plant material
  20. 20. CULTIVATE PERFORM CROP CULTIVATION MANAGEMENT Prune the plants Carry out the cultivation tasks
  21. 21. CULTIVATE PERFORM PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL Define the pest and disease management plan Control the pests
  22. 22. CULTIVATE ESTABLISH IRRIGATION FERTILIZATION PROGRAMS ACCORDING TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SPECIES AND/OR VARIETALS AS WELL AS THE PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOIL AND SUBSTRATE AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS Design irrigation systems Install the irrigation system
  23. 23. CULTIVATE Create the fertilization plan Carry out the irrigation according to the established plan
  24. 24. CULTIVATE CUT FRESH TROPICAL FLOWERS Select and collect the flowers Put the cut flowers in the packing containers and means for the tranportation method to be used Flower harvest
  25. 25. CULTIVATE MONITOR THE PRODUCTION CYCLE Monitor the different stages of the production cycle Ensure the quality of the different stages of production
  26. 26. CULTIVATE MANAGE THE ORGANIC AND INORGANIC WASTE RESULTING FROM THE PRODUCTION AND PROPAGATION PROCESS Collect the organic and inorganic waste Move the organic and inorganic waste and residue Prepare the residue for its final disposal
  27. 27. POST-HARVEST Perform the post-harvest tasks for flowers in accordance with the product’s characteristics and customer’s needs
  28. 28. POST-HARVEST Receive the harvested product 2. Develop the product presentation 3. Pack the products 4. Submit the products
  29. 29. POST-HARVEST RECEIVE THE HARVESTED PRODUCT Value and register the product received Condition and distribute the harvested product
  30. 30. POST-HARVEST DEVELOP THE PRODUCT PRESENTATION Classify the flowers Shape the bunches and bouquets Verify the product’s condition
  31. 31. POST-HARVEST PACK THE PRODUCTS Assemble and label the boxes Wrap the product Store the product Logo of the laminate Labeling of the varietal and UPC code As with other products, our flowers should be identified by the UPC which enables its sale in supermarkets
  32. 32. POST-HARVEST SUBMIT THE PRODUCTS Inventory the products Dispatch the products Box No. 01 Box weight: 1.35kg Stem weight: 0.15kg Box + flower weight: 6.10 kg Net weight: 4.75 kg. No. stems/box: 30 units Strelitzia reginae (Bird of Paradise)
  33. 33. THANK YOU

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