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Handbook for composting and compost use in organic horticulture [Boek]
Wurff, André W. G. van der \ Fuchs, Jacques, G.. \ Raviv, Michael \ Termorshuizen, Aad J.. \ 2016
Compost, as a product of recycling processes, can be a very appropriate input material for organic farming, provided the composting process is well-managed, the input materials are free of contaminants, and the resulting product is applied according ...
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Renewable growing media for organic greenhouses [Presentatie]
Raviv, M. \ 2014
The general consensus in Europe (and therefore also in Israel) is that Organic produce can only be grown in soil. What is the source of this consensus? Is it scientifically or ideologically justified? These are the subjects of the current talk, aimin ...
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Israel and its organic history \ Ecology and farming : international IFOAM-magazine [Artikel]
Raviv, M. \ 2000
Historisch overzicht van de ontwikkeling van de biologische landbouw in Israel tot een hoog-productieve, geavanceerde, en door de overheid gestimuleerde agrarische sector. Met cijfers voor areaal en financiele opbrengsten van de belangrijkste biologi ...
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Improved medium for organic transplants \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Raviv, M. \ Reuveni, R. \ Zaidman, B.Z. \ 1998
Organic vegetable transplants are produced in Israel in 'Speedling' trays in a growth medium consisting of a mixture of peat moss and vermiculite. Experiments with lettuce, cabbage, tomato and sweet basil showed that substituting part of the peat mos ...
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The effect of spectrally-modified polyethylene films on the development of Botrytiscinerea in greenhouse-grown tomato plants \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Reuveni, R. \ Raviv, M. \ 1992
Polyethylene films with various blue/ultraviolet ratios (B/UV ratios) are investigated with regard to their effects on the epidemiology of grey mould (botrytis cinerea) in green-house tomato plants. The sheets with the lowest B/UV transmittance showe ...
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Development and regeneration ability of lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) and Marjoram (Marjorana hortensis L.) on various media \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Putievsky, E. \ Raviv, M. \ Chen, Y. \ 1983
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From fellah to farmer : a study on change in Arab villages [Boek]
Arnon, I. \ Raviv, M. \ 1980
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