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Temperate fruits

Covering all aspects of the breeding, genetics, cultivation, plant protection, physiology, environment and postharvest technology of temperate fruits.

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The agricultural sector of Cyprus is seriously affected by climate change impacts. In the framework of the ADAPT2CLIMA project, the available techniques and methods implemented worldwide for the adaptation of six crops (wheat, barley, potatoes, tomatoes, grapes, and olives) to climate change...

Markou, M.; Moraiti, C. A.; Stylianou, A.; Papadavid, G.
Atmosphere, 2020, 11, 5,
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This paper summarizes the results of a study conducted in Argentina, which introduced honeybee (Apis mellifera) hives and colonies of the native black bumblebee (Bombus pauloensis) into apple orchards embedded within the historical distribution range of this bumblebee species, but where it has...

British Ecological Society
Loss of bumblebees is a loss to farmers, 2020, pp 1 p.
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The Postharvest Center at the University of California, Davis is offering a digital version of its annual Postharvest Technology of...

May 2020
CAB ReviewFull Text

The increasing trend future consumption of animal products will give rise to a huge demand of animal feed. Meeting this demand will be a challenge, given the scarcity of natural resources such as land and water. Currently approximately 1.3 billion tonnes of food is lost and wasted annually, and...

October 2015
apples; apricots; bananas; crop residues; dioxins; feeds; fruits; furans; heavy metals; mycotoxins; nutritive value; pesticide residues; pesticides; raspberries; reviews; risk assessment
Manju Wadhwa; Bakshi, M. P. S.; Makkar, H. P. S.
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The efficiency of biological product based on the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema feltiae (Filipjev,1934) in suppressing the overwintering codling moth population was conducted in the autumn of 2018 in two orchards (Buzin and Kloštar Ivanic) in northwestern Croatia. Experimental plots of 1ha...

Barić, B.; Živković, I. P.
Hrvatsko Društvo Biljne Zaštite
Fragmenta Phytomedica, 2020, 34, 5, pp 23-31

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