Peach Leaf Curl

Taphrina deformans is the causative agent of peach and almond leaf curl disease. The fungus spends the winter period on twigs, under affected buds, and in the cracks of bark. The climatic factors suitable for the spread of this disease are a relatively warm and...

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Convert 1 ETH to USD Ethereum to US Dollar

ContentAbout ETHCurrent ETH Price isCrypto The main idea of every trading - buy a trading asset and then sell it for a better price and earn of the price difference. There are many various trading strategies, for example, a Buy&HODL or any other active trading strategy....

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Avocado Production from A to Z (Part One)

The avocado tree (Persea Americana) comes from Central America, particularly Mexico. It is an exotic tree that grows in subtropical regions and cannot withstand temperatures below 4°C. Avocado is a fruit...

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Sugar Beet Cultivation in Algeria

Sugar beet cultivation had been present in Algeria since the 1940s in the wilaya of Sidi Bel Abbes (Commune of Sfisef in the west of the country), where a sugar production unit was established and then abandoned in 1980....

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Anthracnose on Avocado and Mango

The causal agent of Antracnose is Colletotrichum gleosporioides. Very humid weather conditions and temperatures ranging from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius have a significant effect on the severity of the infection. Rainfall in the spring can also lead to suitable conditions for the spread of the disease....

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Vegetable Cycle

Horticulture by definition is the branch of agriculture dealing with garden crops: generally fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants; it is both a science and an art. This article covers one of the most important applications of horticulture, responsible for feeding billions around the world: Vegetable...

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Towards a Healthier Apple Orchard

Optimized pruning, fertilization, spraying programs, and harvest lead easily to a healthy apple trees orchard. Debbane frères, having high expertise in this field, has created a full program to help all apple growers to maximize their production with a healthy orchard....

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The Ultimate Spraying Timetable

Spraying fertilizers and pesticides is one of the most important practices that can be followed for healthy plants and abundant production. However, many common mistakes may prevent reaching the desired results, despite the adoption of agricultural products of a reliable source and guaranteed effectiveness. What...

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Strawberry Fruit Rot or Gray Mold

Botrytis cinerea is a fungus that causes a commercially damaging disease in strawberries, known as Botrytis rot or gray mold. The disease can infect strawberries in the field, as well as during transportation, can invade storage rooms, and can induce problems in the marketing of...

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Fertigation of Banana

Fertilization being a crucial step in Banana Production, banana trees (or herbaceous plants), or any other organism for that matter, cannot grow without adequate inputs of nutrients. Therefore, this “food” must be integrated at the appropriate times in order not to affect the plant’s health,...

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Sphagnum Peat Moss and Advanced Green Fiber Substrate

Sphagnum moss is an ideal medium and soil substitute for starting seeds and growing plants in pots, trays, blocks, and containers. It is made of dried and decaying processed sphagnum peat moss. Its natural sponge-like structure explains why it can hold or retain more water...

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