Establish Horticultural Crops (Australian Native Foods)

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This learning guide will help you when you are working on the land to establish crops of Australian native foods. It relates to the Unit of Competency RTE2010A : Establish horticultural crops, at AQF 2 for the horticultural industry. When you have completed this competency you will be able to prepare the site for planting, prepare the crop for planting, plant the crop and care for young plants.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate II

Industry Classification Scheme
Horticulture

National Code - Training.gov.au
RTE2010A: Establish horticultural crops

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TAFEshop Catalogue: 04.190.6871-E1

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