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Abstract

Objective: To investigate the community structure and seasonality of main vectors in Tangshan city in 2015, and to provide the scientific basis for vectors control and prevention of vector-borne diseases during the 2016 International Horticultural Exposition. Methods: Light trap, cage trap, mouse...

Authors
Yun Ling; Wang RuiFu; Zhang ZhiKun; Wang FuCai; Wang XiuYing; Li ShuShuang
Publisher
National Institute for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Publication
Zhongguo Meijie Shengwuxue ji Kongzhi Zazhi = Chinese Journal of Vector Biology and Control, 2017, 28, 3, pp 286-290
CAB ReviewFull Text

The world population is expected to be doubled by the next few decades that will increase the food demand in future. The fruit production is no doubt has of great importance in agricultural sector due to the economic importance and as well as their beneficial effect on human health. Adopting the...

Date
July 2017
Subjects
biodiversity; crop production; crop quality; crop yield; cultivars; education; energy consumption; environmental impact; equipment; food safety; fruits; innovations; irrigation; light relations; natural resources; nature conservation; pesticides; plant growth regulators; plant nutrition; postharvest treatment; reviews; rootstocks; socioeconomics; soil management; sustainability
Authors
Jemrić, T.; Vuković, M.; Milošević, T.
News Article

Fungal diseases are becoming an increasing economic threat for the viticulture industry. A warming climate and restrictions on fungicide use means...

Date
June 2017
Authors
Jen Cunniff
AbstractFull Text

The GF677 (Prunus amygdalus × P. persica) is a peach rootstock tolerant to Fe deficiency. Therefore, its in vitro micro propagation is important for commercial purposes. By using liquid medium, it may be possible to reduce costs to a level lower than solid medium and liquid medium is better than...

Authors
Bagheri, S.; Davoodi, D.; Amiri, M. E.; Bayanati, M.; Entesari, M.
Publisher
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
Publication
Journal of Horticulture Science, 2017, 30, 4, pp Pe616-Pe623

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