Producción de Frutas y Hortalizas

Conservación del Suelo Dedicado a la Yuca

  El cultivo de la yuca se considera rústica y de amplia adaptación a una gama de suelos, climas, además de soportar largos periodos de sequía. Se siembra en suelos con textura arenosa, hasta arcillosa, pasando por los francos y en altitudes desde el nivel del mar...
Luis Fernando Cadavid López
Clayuca

Integrated Production of Wine: Manual for Farms

The aim of this guide is to assist in the implementation of the IPW guidelines and also aims to assist in the completion of the evaluation forms in the IPW Guidelines.       Keep the guidelines at hand for easy reference. In future all changes like coding of newly...
ARC Infruitec- Nietvoorbij
South African Wine & Spirit Board

Integrated Production of Wine: Guidelines for Farms

The consequences of increasing demands on natural resources and agricultural production systems by an ever-increasing world population have brought about an awareness of the necessity to protect non-renewable natural resources and the environment in order to ensure man's future health and...
South African Wine & Spirit Board
South African Wine & Spirit Board

2010 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Melanose

Control of melanose, caused by the fungus Diaporthe citri, is often necessary in mature groves where fruit is intended for the fresh market, particularly if recently killed twigs and wood are present as a result of freezes or other causes. It is not usually necessary in groves less than 10 years...
M.M. Dewdney
L.W. Timmer
University of Florida IFAS Extension

2010 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Greasy Spot

Greasy spot is caused by the fungus Mycosphaerella citri. Management must be considered in groves intended for processing and fresh market fruit. Greasy spot is usually more severe on leaves of grapefruit, pineapples, Hamlins, and tangelos than on Valencias, Temples, Murcotts, and most...
M.M. Dewdney
L.W. Timmer
University of Florida IFAS Extension

Herbaceous Perennials Storage

Herbaceous (non-woody) perennials are a diverse group of plants grown primarily for their ornamental value in gardens throughout the world. Storage of herbaceous perennial plant material may be required at several steps during the production and marketing of the final product, which is often a...
Arthur C. Cameron
USDA ARS

Seeds and Pollen Storage

Seeds of all the species covered in this handbook must be stored for some lengths of time after harvest. Some seeds are used as food (eg., cereals and legumes) and stored before consumption, while others are stored to maintain viability and used to produce the next season’s crop. This...
Chris Walters
Leigh Towill
USDA ARS

Growing Pecans in Missouri

Pecan is a large, beautiful tree that produces crops of delicious nuts. The largest member of the hickory family, pecan trees often grow to a height of over 70 feet with a spread of greater than 80 feet. Pecans have large, pinnately compound leaves with each leaf bearing 7 to 13 leaflets. Nuts...
William Reid
University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

Manual Técnico de Buenas Prácticas Agrícolas en el Cultivo de Palto

  El manual que aquí se entrega, explica de modo singularmente claro las Buenas Prácticas Agrícolas - BPA en el cultivo de palto, de modo que puedan ser acogidas y aplicadas por los profesionales y técnicos especializados en transferencia tecnológica as...
Enma Yauri Sigueñas
AgroRural, Perú

Producing Transplants

2010 Ohio Vegetable Production Guide Growers transplant vegetables to permit earlier harvest of crops that require long growing seasons. This overcomes adverse weather conditions early in the spring that can preclude field seeding. Sources for vegetable transplants for Ohio are local greenhouses...
Robert J. Precheur
Mark Bennett
Brad Bergefurd
Luis Cañas
David Francis
Gary Gao
Casey Hoy
Jim Jasinski
Mark Koenig
Matt Kleinhenz
Hal Kneen
Ohio State University Extension