Record nummer 1928321
Titel artikel Keeping blackcurrants chemically clean
Auteur(s) Mabbett, T.
Tijdschrifttitel Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2010)jan/febr.
Paginering 54 - 59
Online Mogelijk online beschikbaar via het tijdschrift: Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine
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Trefwoorden (cab) tuinbouwbedrijven / teelt onder bescherming / kassen / fruitteelt / fruitgewassen / ribes nigrum / onkruidbestrijding / plantenplagen / plantenziekten / vitaminen / gezondheid / pesticiden / gewasbescherming / glastuinbouw / bessen
Rubrieken Kastechniek / Plant- en gewasbescherming (algemeen)
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Famed for its concentration of vitamin C and other health-giving properties, the blackcurrant is susceptible to many diseases. In the UK, however, development of rational and sustainable pesticide application techniques had proved crucial in allowing growers to manage pests, diseases and weeds without failing foul of chemical residues of harvested fruit
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