Tuesday, 26 November 2019
Field Experience | Suzukii Trap® / Dacus Trap® | Berries
The area of Huelva is one of the largest producing areas of different types of berries in the Iberian Peninsula due to its climatic characteristics. In recent years, the spotted-wing fly (Drosophila Suzuki), that mainly attacks soft-skinned red fruits, has been introduced, leading to the need to carry out an exhaustive population monitoring in order to adapt the best pest control strategy.
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
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Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Field Experience | AminoQuelant® | Berries
Chlorophyll is probably the best known of plant pigments, for it is the one that gives plants their characteristic green color. But its usefulness goes beyond color, for it is thanks to chlorophyll that photosynthesis is made possible, allowing plants to transform the sunlight into energy and growth.
Wednesday, 13 January 2016
Field Experience | Berries | Inicium®
Red berries, whose individual names are widely known, are not only delicious, but also highly beneficial. Strawberries, for instance, help to fight iron deficiencies (anemia) and their fructose content is recommended for people with diabetes. These fruits are rich in minerals and vitamins, as well as in water content, which makes them refreshing and healthy fruits for the summer season.
Friday, 16 October 2015
Field Experience | Berries | Armurox®
Pathogens attack plants, causing them stress. Strawberry powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca macularis sp. Fragariae) is one of the most common diseases in this type of crop. It is a fungus that covers leaves, fruits, stems and buds with a white dust, inducing leaf curl, lack of flowering and finally the death of the plant.