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Información Agrícola

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Contenido: 

  1. Cultivo de la berza
  2. Cultivo del bróculi
  3. Cultivo de la coliflor
  4. Cultivo de las coles
Authors: 
Tecnología Agroalimentaria
Publisher: 
Tecnología Agroalimentaria

Estado de la Cuestión del Riego por Goteo Enterrado: Diseño, Manejo, Mantenimiento y Control de la Salinidad del Suelo

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Authors: 
R. Salvador
Authors: 
R. Aragüés
Publisher: 
Información Técnica Económica Agraria
Year: 
2,013

Estudio de Mercado Uvas en Tailandia

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Contenido: 

  1. Acceso al Mercado
  2. Potencial del Mercado
  3. Canales de Distribución y Actores del Mercado
  4. Consumidor/ Comprador
  5. Benchmarking (Competidores)
  6. Opiniones de actores relevantes en el mercado.
Authors: 
ProChile
Publisher: 
ProChile
Year: 
2,016

How can I Manage Pests and Diseases Naturally?

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Authors: 
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Publisher: 
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Year: 
2,011

How do I Best Manage the Fertility of My Soil

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What do I need to know about soils? Soil can be living or dead. Living soil continuously requires enough air, water and soil organic matter in order to provide a good growing environment for plants and soil organisms. By providing these, even dead soil can manage to live again. You can tell whether your soil is living or dead by the amount of farm products that can be obtained from it under average management conditions. A living soil can support consistent and sufficient production of farm products while a degraded and dead soil cannot. 

Authors: 
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Publisher: 
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Year: 
2,011

Agricultural Water Management for Coastal Plain Soils

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Authors: 
Robert Evans
Authors: 
Wayne Skaggs
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
1,996

Fruit Ripening Conditions Affect the Quality of Sliced Red Tomatoes

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Authors: 
M. Buccheri
Authors: 
M. I. Cantwell
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
2,016

Water Retention and S Index of an Oxisol Subjected to Weed Control Methods in a Coffee Crop

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Authors: 
Raphael Henrique da Silva Siqueira
Authors: 
Mozart Martins Ferreira
Authors: 
Elifas Nunes de Alcântara
Authors: 
Bruno Montoani Silva
Authors: 
Raphael Comanducci Silva
Publisher: 
Ciência e Agrotecnologia
Year: 
2,014

Flower Development: From Bud to Bloom

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Authors: 
Michael S. Reid
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
2,005

8 Tips for Finding Buyers on the European Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Market

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Contents: 

  1. Be professional and well prepared
  2. Contact your local business support organisations
  3. Use online catalogues
  4. Visit trade fairs
  5. Use online platforms for information and promotion
  6. Participate in European support programmes
  7. Comply with buyers’ demands and requirements
  8. Be careful who you do business with 
Authors: 
CBI Market Intelligence
Publisher: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2,016
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