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Knowing how insect pests see means better monitoring and trapping : Yellow and blue sticky traps not always ideal [Internetpagina]
Lier, A. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 44 - 45
How do Californian thrips and the European tarnished plant bug see their environment, and how can we use that knowledge to create more visible and more attractive traps? This question is central to research being conducted by Wageningen Plant Researc...
'Rather cruise control than meandering on fertiliser highway' : Practical trial on use of slow-release fertilisers with recirculation [Internetpagina]
Velden, P. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 34 - 35
Can slow-release fertilisers help reduce emissions? That is a serious consideration for phalaenopsis growers. Research and practical trials are expected to provide some answers for this cost-intensive crop. Crop manager Han-Willem Mooij has it all wo...
Constantly fine-tuning tomato fertilisation keeps system clean : Low-sodium phosphate fertiliser with cleaning effect [Internetpagina]
Arkesteijn, M. \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 42 - 43
The tomato plants at P. and R. Zwinkels' cluster tomato nursery in the Dutch town of Wateringen look fresh and vigorous. The trolleys with 5 kg boxes filled with freshly harvested, rosy red cluster tomatoes make regular trips to the shed. The growers...
'Adapting microbiome boosts resilience to pests and diseases' : In search of better synergies between plant and soil [Internetpagina]
Woerkom, M. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 32 - 33
Improving plant resilience is the ultimate goal of current plant research. It is an effective way to control pests and diseases and eliminates the need for chemical plant protection products. The answer lies largely in microbiology, with the plant mi...
Saving on light almost impossible without sacrificing quality : The Chrysanthemum in bloom [Internetpagina]
Woerkom, M. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 12 - 13
The spray chrysanthemum has an enormous appetite for assimilates. So say researchers who have put this cut flower under the microscope in their quest for the perfect climate conditions for growth, kilograms, transpiration and colour in all seasons wi...
'It will take us years to recover from this crisis' : Added value through high quality and extensive range of plants [Internetpagina]
Lier, A. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 7 - 9
Fairweather's is one of Europe major suppliers of agapanthus and lavender. The nursery offers distinctive added value through high quality and an extensive range of plants. The company has expanded considerably in recent years and had invested in LED...
Keeping latent energy inside helps save great deal of energy : Experience with cooling and drying greenhouse air [Internetpagina]
Velden, P. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 38 - 39
The focus of the research into semi-closed growing systems is on recovering latent energy. Cooling equipment powered by electricity combined with heat pumps brings fossil-free horticulture a step closer. The preliminary calculations are already point...
Anthurium grower halves energy usage with moisture-permeable screen [Internetpagina]
Lier, A. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 48 - 49
Continuously striving to improve, that's what characterises Martin Feteris. And it's no different when it comes to saving energy. That's why for the past few years the pot Anthurium grower has been getting to grips with Next Generation Growing. As a ...
'Active carbon filter works better with iron polyphosphate fertiliser' [Internetpagina]
Arkesteijn, M. \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 36 - 37
Johan and Mirjam Desmet have been growing lettuces since 2003. They were among the first in Belgium to start growing them in a mobile gutter system instead of in the ground. In 2015 they started replacing the conventional HPS lighting in part of thei...
Screening more has positive impact on crop health : Next Generation Growing and screening in summer [Internetpagina]
Velden, P. van \ 2020
Broncollectie: Artik+ \ Bron: In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers 9 2: 22 - 23
Screening at the beginning and end of the night in the summer may not sound like a logical thing to do if the temperature has been high during the day. But crops react very well to this screening strategy. Problems such as glassiness, condensation an...
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