Guías de Producción
To improve the quality of banana, wrapping of fruit bunches while they are ripening on the plant is highly recommended. MARDI's research findings suggest that skin injuries to Cavendish banana could be greatly reduced by as much as 90% by wrapping the fruit bunch. Wrapping produces banana high in quality and free from insect bites, fungi and bacteria, as well as physical injuries such as abrasions, blemishes and cuts.
Regeneration of Healthy Banana Plantlets from Banana Bunchy Top Virus-Infected Tissues Cultured at High Temperatures
A complete guide for organic blueberry production. This publication covers cultural practices, soils and fertility, and pests and diseases management. In addition there is a brief marketing analysis.
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A brief summary of agronomic facts including varieties, soil, planting, pruning, pests and harvesting.
Red currants (Ribes sativum), gooseberries (R. grossularia) and jostaberries (R. nidigrolaria) have ornamental as well as fruit value. Their hardiness and adaptability allow them to succeed where most other fruit crops fail. With proper variety selection and care, currants, gooseberries and jostaberries may be grown at elevations up to 10,000 feet.
This publication is intended as a summary overview of pawpaw (or paw paw) production, including overall culture, pests, harvest, post-harvest, marketing, and research which seeks to develop the pawpaw’s potential for commercial development.