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TR- Bamboo Production NC II December 18, 2017 92 COMPETENCY MAP –BAMBOO PEODUCTION NC II BASIC COMPETENCIES Receive and respond to workplace communication Work with others Demonstrate work values Practice basic housekeeping procedures Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures Lead workplace communication Lead small team Develop and practice negotiation skills Solve problems related to work activities Use mathematical concepts and techniques Practice occupational health and safety procedures Utilize specialized communication skills Develop teams and individuals Apply problem solving techniques in the workplace Collect, analyze and organize information Plan and organize work Promote environmental protection Use relevant technologies COMMON COMPETENCIES Apply Safety Measures in Farm Operations Use Farm Tools and Equipment Perform Estimation and Basic Calculation CORE COMPETENCIES Operate bamboo nursery Establish bamboo farm Conduct bamboo clump rehabilitation Conduct harvesting and post- harvesting operations
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TR- Bamboo Production NC II December 2015 93 GLOSSARY OF TERMS 1. Branch cutting Segment of a branch with nodal rhizomatous bud used for propagations 2. Bud Potential shoot 3. Clump Cluster of bamboo stems growing from underground rhizome system 4. Culm Above ground stem which grows from the underground rhizomes 5. Culm cutting Segments of a culm having one or more buds used for propagations 6. Early tending operations Preliminary activities(Initial fertilizer application, mulching, weeding and replacement of dead planting materials) for the first three years of plantation 7. Hardening off Preparing the planting stocks for out planting 8. Heeling – in Thumping the soil around the planting stock 9. Inorganic Fertilizer Chemical or synthetic based fertilizers 10. Kiln drying Method of removing moisture from the culm using a dry kiln 11. Manual Harvesting Cutting of bamboo culms using simple tools 12. Mechanical harvesting Cutting of bamboo culms using equipment 13. Mist propagation chamber Controlled delivery of water in mist form 14. Mounding Piling up of soils and organic debris around the clump 15. Mulching Protective covering usually of organic matter to prevent moisture loss and growth of weeds 16. Nursery bed Loosened soil where cuttings are rooted 17. Nursery stocks bamboo propagules under nursery condition 18. Organic Fertilizer Natural fertilizer 19. OSHS Occupational Safety and Health Standards 20. Planting stocks Propagules ready for out planting 21. Pole Cut culm 22. PPE Personal protective equipment 23. Potting medium Mixes of materials(soil plus saw dust, rice hull, etc.) used for growing plants in pots 24. Propagules Planting materials (stocks) 25. Prophylactic application of preservatives to the culm immediately after harvesting 26. Pruning Cutting of unwanted branches 27. Rhizome Thick, horizontal bamboo stem 28. Rooting facilities Area where propagules are rooted 29. Rooting hormones Chemicals that induce rooting 30. Sap replacement Method of applying preservatives by dipping the butt end of the freshly cut culms while the branches and
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