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A cropping system for cereals which will significantly reduce the chemical inputs in the form of fertilizers and pesticides has been developed. Work has shown that spores of Mycosphaerella graminicola (Septoria tritici) can be significantly impeded during dispersal by a clover...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 6638
Last updated on: 2001-07-30
Knowledge based support systems, to assist crop management decisions, are required to ensure that the treatments applied are economically advantageous and environmentally acceptable. The knowledge base may contain predictive models for various aspects of crop management such a...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 6610
Last updated on: 1998-01-13
ID: 80010201
Start date: 1991-09-01, End date: 1995-09-01
The aim of this programme is to breed the genetic resistance to Sharka disease in the cultivated Prunus spp. This disease causes severe losses on the crops of stone fruits and occurs at different levels in the most of the European countries, where hundreds millions trees are ...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 130
Last updated on: 1992-10-08
[REPORT SUMMARY] Apricot improvement
The object of the research was to improve the marketing possibilities for apricot as a fresh fruit and in food processing. Selected apricot varieties were exchanged between the participants for assessment of their performance on a range of sites, for exploitation of the existi...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 8243
Last updated on: 1998-03-12
Sharka disease causes severe losses in crops of stone fruits and occurs at different levels in most European countries, where hundreds of million of trees are infected. There is a need for cultivars resistant to the disease and also better methods of detection of the disease t...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 8257
Last updated on: 1998-01-19
ID: 80010016
Start date: 1991-01-01, End date: 1995-01-01
Apricot is cultivated in the five Mediterranean countries of the Community. Its production is not in surplus and it has great potential, not only as fresh fruit, but also for processing by the food industries. Unfortunately, these outlets are difficult to exploit for a number ...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 16556
Last updated on: 1993-09-10
The object of the project was to increase supply of underexploited nut species (walnut, almond, pistachio) by selection of plant material of superior agronomic performance. Two thousand outstanding walnut trees were selected in Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece, tested for che...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 8248
Last updated on: 1998-02-05
ID: 80010023
Start date: 1991-02-01, End date: 1996-02-01
The aim of this programme is to develop research on walnut, almond and pistachio, whose culture is underdeveloped in the European Community. The soil and climatic conditions of southern Europe are very well suited to these nut species. In this region nut production represent...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 163
Last updated on: 1992-10-08
Potato cyst nematodes Globodera pallida and G rostochiensis, cause substantial losses of potato production each year. An accurate, rapid identification method is proposed which will utilize monoclonal antibodies that will differentially recognize the two species of potato cyst...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 6653
Last updated on: 1998-03-10
ID: 80010029
Start date: 1991-03-01, End date: 1994-12-01
Potato cyst nematodes Globodera pallida and G rostochiensis, cause substantial losses of potato production each year. An accurate, rapid identification method is proposed which will utilize monoclonal antibodies that will differentially recognize the two species of potato cys...
Programme: FP2-CAMAR
Record Number: 156
Last updated on: 1992-10-07
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