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Beverage crops

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Aluminium (Al) is highly toxic to plant growth, with soluble concentrations being elevated in the ~40% of arable soils worldwide that are acidic. Determining the distribution of Al in plant tissues is important for understanding the mechanisms by which it is toxic and how some plants tolerate high...

Author(s)
Ent, A. van der; Kopittke, P. M.; Paterson, D. J.; Casey, L. W.; Nkrumah, P. N.
Publisher
Royal Society of Chemistry
Publication
Metallomics, 2020, 12, 7, pp 1062-1069
CAB ReviewFull Text

Remote sensing can be used to monitor and estimate, with reasonable correct answers, the yield, plant health, and coffee nutrition. Satellite-coupled sensors can obtain information about the spectral signature of the crop, on a time scale, in order to monitor and detect phenological changes....

Date
August 2020
Subjects
monitoring; sensors; remote sensing; satellite imagery; coffee; image processing; processing; satellites
Author(s)
Rocha Miranda, J. da; Carvalho Alves, M. de
MiscellaneousFull Text

398-L2 LowRes A Portuguese field guide (104 pages) that provides a details of coffee banana cropping methods focusing on good agricultural practices that promote integrated soil fertility management.

Publisher
CAB International
Publication
Coffee-banana system - black and white-cropping guide - Portuguese, 2019, pp 104 pp.
News Article

A new study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reveals for the first time, the degree of coupling between the potential...

Date
September 2017
Author(s)
Jen Cunniff
AbstractFull Text

Background and Aims: Coffee is generating important incomes in the world, and particularly in Chiapas, Mexico. However, its production could be increased using arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), without the need to substitute one type of coffee for another, as occurs in Mexico. This study...

Author(s)
Bertolini, V.; Montaño, N. M.; Salazar-Ortuño, B. L.; Chimal-Sánchez, E.; Varela, L.
Publisher
Instituto de Ecología, A.C.
Publication
Acta Botanica Mexicana, 2020, 127,

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