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Transplant Production

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Vegetable transplants are affected by many factors, but the most important are water, temperature, fertilization, sunlight, cell size, and length of stay in the house. These factors must be managed to produce a product that is acceptable to the customer.

Authors: 
B.M. Santos
Publisher: 
University of Florida IFAS Extension
Year: 
2010

Manual de Producción de Brócoli

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El manual es simplemente una guía para los productores de brócoli, en el cual se enmarcan las buenas prácticas agrícolas a seguir en el desarrollo de las actividades durante el ciclo vegetativo, cosecha, poscosecha y mercadeo, pero al final el éxito depende estrictamente del agricultor y su empeño por hacer las cosas bien.

Authors: 
Marcko Theodoracopoulos
Authors: 
Ricardo Lardizábal
Publisher: 
USAID-RED
Year: 
2008

Nuevas fichas hortícolas, área centro sur

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En el presente boletín se entregan fichas técnicas de 21 especies hortícolas, elaboradas sobre la base de la información obtenida de diversos ensayos y parcelas demostrativas que el INIA, a través del Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu, ha realizado en las regiones VII y VIII, desde el año 1992, con financiamiento proveniente del Ministerio de Agricultura, de las Intendencias Regionales, y la valiosa co

Authors: 
María Inés Gonzalez A.
Publisher: 
INIA Chile
Year: 
2003

Broccoli Production in California

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Broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica) has been grown in Europe for centuries, but it has only become an important vegetable crop in the United States since 1925. California has four main broccoli production areas: the southern desert valleys (Imperial and Riverside Counties); the southern coast (Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties); the central coast (Monterrey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz Counties); and the Central Valley (Fresno, Stanislaus, and Tulare Counties).

Authors: 
Michelle Le Strange
Authors: 
Michael D. Cahn
Authors: 
Steven T. Koike
Authors: 
Richard E. Smith
Authors: 
Oleg Daugovish
Authors: 
Steven A. Fennimore
Authors: 
Eric T. Natwick
Authors: 
Surendra K. Dara
Authors: 
Etaferahu Takele
Authors: 
Marita I. Cantwell
Publisher: 
UC Davis
Year: 
2010

Acondicionamiento osmótico en semilla de Brassica oleracea L.

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Las brassicaceas, como brócoli, coliflor y col, son cultivos importantes en México por su calidad nutricional, propiedades anticancerígenas y generación de divisas por la exportación de su producción.

Authors: 
R. Mora-Aguilar
Authors: 
M. F. Ireta-Hernández
Authors: 
J. E. Rodríguez-Pérez
Authors: 
J. Martínez-Solís
Publisher: 
Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura
Year: 
2006

Vegetables and Melons Outlook - April 2011

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In 2010, per capita disappearance (net domestic use) of all vegetables, melons, potatoes, sweet potatoes, pulse crops, and mushrooms rose slightly to 420 pounds. Increased domestic disappearance of fresh-market vegetables and melons, dry edible beans, and sweet potatoes outweighed reduced use of processing vegetables and potatoes. Record high watermelon supply and disappearance led to a 1-percent gain in per capita melon use.

Authors: 
Gary Lucier
Authors: 
Lewrene Glaser
Publisher: 
USDA Economic Research Service
Year: 
2011

Clubroot of Crucifers

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Clubroot remains one of the important diseases affecting members of the mustard, Cruciferae, family. The disease occurs worldwide and affects such important crops as cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, broccoli, and Chinese cabbage. Every effort should be made to keep contaminated crucifers transplants from entering a farming operation because the pathogen survives for many years even in the absence of host crops.

Authors: 
T. A. Zitter
Publisher: 
Cornell University Cooperative Extension
Year: 
1985

Alternaria tenuissima, A. alternata and Fusarium oxysporum Fungi Causes of the Rotting of the Floret of Broccoli

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During the months of July-October of 2005 and 2006, circular necrotic spots, dark coffee were observed in florets of broccoli in Guanajuato, Mexico. Florets of broccoli with symptoms were collected and of the symptomatic tissue were isolated Alternaria tenuissima, A. alternata and Fusarium oxysporum , which were identified morphologically and molecularly.

Authors: 
María de Lourdes Fraire-Cordero
Authors: 
Daniel Nieto-Ángel
Authors: 
Elizabeth Cárdenas-Soriano
Authors: 
Gabriel Gutiérrez-Alonso
Authors: 
Rafael Bujanos-Muñiz
Authors: 
Humberto Vaquera-Huerta
Publisher: 
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatología
Year: 
2010

Alternaria tenuissima, A. alternata y Fusarium oxysporum Hongos Causantes de la Pudrición del Florete de Brócoli

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Durante los meses de julio-octubre del 2005 y 2006, se observaron manchas necróticas circulares, café oscuras en floretes de brócoli en Guanajuato, México. Se colectaron floretes de brócoli con síntomas y del tejido sintomático se aislaron Alternaria tenuissima, A. alternata y Fusarium oxysporum, los cuales fueron identificados morfológica y molecularmente.

Authors: 
María de Lourdes Fraire-Cordero
Authors: 
Daniel Nieto-Ángel
Authors: 
Elizabeth Cárdenas-Soriano
Authors: 
Gabriel Gutiérrez-Alonso
Authors: 
Rafael Bujanos-Muñiz
Authors: 
Humberto Vaquera-Huerta
Publisher: 
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatología
Year: 
2010

Vegetables April 2011

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This full-text report, issued 5 times a year, provides data on fresh market vegetables, strawberries and melons, including area harvested, prospective area, yield, and production, by season and crop for major States.

Authors: 
National Agricultural Statistics Service
Publisher: 
USDA NASS
Year: 
2011
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