Greenhouse & Protected Agriculture

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Avances en el Estudio de la Ventilación Natural

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Authors: 
Esteban José Baeza Romero
Authors: 
Juan Ignacio Montero
Authors: 
Jerónimo Pérez Parra
Authors: 
Bernard J. Bailey
Authors: 
Juan Carlos López Hernández
Authors: 
Juan Carlos Gázquez Garrido
Publisher: 
Cajamar Caja Rural
Year: 
2,014

Uses of Geothermal Energy in Food and Agriculture: Opportunities for Developing Countries

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Authors: 
Minh Van Nguyen
Authors: 
Sigurjón Arason
Authors: 
Margeir Gissurarson
Authors: 
Páll Gunnar Pálsson
Publisher: 
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Year: 
2,015

Six Steps to Identifying Nutrient Deficiencies in Ornamental Plants

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Greenhouse growers in Michigan are busy wrapping up transplanting and shipping theirproduct. In the flurry of the season, growers may overlook nutritional disorders in their crops. Most growers have trouble identifying nutrient deficiencies because many of the nutrient deficiencies create similar symptoms. So, how can you tell what nutrient is d

Authors: 
Heidi Wollaeger
Publisher: 
Michigan State University Extension
Year: 
2,016

High Tunnel Production: The Basics for Success and Three Case Studies on Profitability

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This publication summarizes a project that  took place in the Mid-Atlantic region, but high tunnels can be successfully used in a wide variety of climates and locations. They are especially profitable when located close to good markets, such as urban and periurban areas.   

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Publisher: 
University of Maryland Extension
Year: 
2,013

High Tunnel Tomato Production Basics

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Tomatoes are king in high tunnels. Tom Ford, Penn State Extension, explains a few best management practices for successful high tunnel tomatoes. 
 

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  1. Trellising
  2. Pruning
  3. Cluster thinning
  4. Leaf removal
  5. Spacing
Authors: 
Tom Ford
Publisher: 
PennState Extension
Year: 
2,016

Estudio de la rentabilidad del cultivo de pimiento (Capsicum annuum) en invernadero con el uso de sombreo

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Authors: 
J. López-Marín
Authors: 
I. Porras
Authors: 
C. Ros
Authors: 
J.M. Brotons-Martínez
Publisher: 
ITEA
Year: 
2,016

Manejo básico y resultados preliminares de crecimiento y supervivencia de tencas (Tinca tinca L.) y lechugas (Lactuca sativa L.) en un prototipo acuapónico

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Authors: 
J.R. Lobillo
Authors: 
V.M. Fernández-Cabanás
Authors: 
E. Carmona
Authors: 
F.J. Candón L.
Publisher: 
Fundacion Dialnet
Year: 
2,014

Alkalinity Control for Irrigation Water Used in Greenhouses

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High pH water and high alkalinity in water can be limiting factors in container production of greenhouse floriculture crops. An understanding of both is needed to accurately treat water with a high pH.

Authors: 
Douglas A. Bailey
Publisher: 
North Carolina State University

Empleo de mallas antigranizo para el control del asoleado en manzanas (Malus domestica Borkh), en el Alto Valle de Río Negro

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Authors: 
M.D Raffo
Authors: 
A. Cortona
Authors: 
M. Curetti
Authors: 
F. Menni
Authors: 
V. De Angelis
Publisher: 
Asociación Argentina de Horticultura ASAHO
Year: 
2,015

Greenhouse Substrates and Fertilization

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Authors: 
D. A. Bailey
Authors: 
W. C. Fonteno
Authors: 
P. V. Nelson
Publisher: 
North Carolina State University
Year: 
2,002
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