Empleo de Mallas Antigranizo para el Control del Asoleado en Manzanas (Malus domestica Borkh), en el Alto Valle de Río Negro
Effect of Harvesting with a Trunk Shaker and an Abscission Chemical on Fruit Detachment and Defoliation of Citrus Grown under Mediterranean Conditions
Postharvest cooling is the process of removing field heat and preparing crops for cold storage. Postharvest cooling is vital for extending the shelf life of produce (Slama and Diffley, 2013). Postharvest cooling should not be confused with longer-term cold storage, which will be discussed later in Chapter 3.
Contents: Disaster Recovery
1. Assess the Situation
2. Retrieve the Equipment
3. Exterior Cleaning
4. Interior Inspection
A high heterogeneity characterizes vineyards due to several factors such as pedo-morphological characteristics, seasonal weather conditions and cropping practices. This spatial variability in the vineyards leads to a variation in grape quality and yields ultimately leading to an overall reduction of wine quality and volume. In order to produce higher-quality products, vineyard management decisions ought to account for spatial variability.