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What Are The Modern Methods of Cultivation in Agriculture?

This section of the site covers all the sui generis methods of crops producing that refer to the whole range of the production process from seed or cuttings to harvesting and post harvesting of agricultural products. In addition, the most effective ways of planting, developing and planting both organic and conventional farming are not omitted. Are not omitted also the reference to the beneficial effect of music, if not on the plants themselves, at least on those stubborn and persistent producers who, in the volatile, fluid and often adverse environment of rural action, bring the bourgeoisie to the dish – many times – the most selective of agricultural products. ‘Do sta lianochortaroudia’ by Chronis Aidonidis.

PLANTS & CROPS

Cultivations

The Cultivations section of the site describes modern methods and techniques of professional cultivation and propagation for the most plant species of major importance for agriculture. In particular, information and instructions for cultivation are provided for the main species of floriculture, aromatic and medicinal plants, Industrial crop plants, biomass and timber production plants, fruit trees and bushes, as well as for ornamental plants, those produced to meet the needs of the flower market, gardening and landscape architecture.

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Pests

In the Pests section of the site are presented the main pests of agricultural crops, who are not other than insects, mites, nematodes, snails and slugs. The groups to which they belong are examined and also, in particular, for each one of them is given a description of its morphology, its biology and the environment in which it develops, becomes adult and complets its generations. Furthermore, detailed information is provided on the damage caused by them to both productive and in general, all plants of urban, agricultural and natural landscapes. At the same time, ways of preventing pests are examined and means and methods are proposed for their control.

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Diseases

In the Diseases section of the site, pathogens are presented as well as the natural factors that can cause minor or major diseases in plants while at the same time burdening the professional or amateur grower, increasing the cost of production of agricultural products. At the same time, ways of preventing disease are examined and means and methods are proposed for their control.

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Fresh Category Posts

The Organophosphate Pesticides in Agriculture

The Organophosphate Pesticides compose a large group of plant protection products with - mainly - insecticidal and acaricidal activity. These include some, whose active substances are among the most toxic have been used in the past and/or used up to date.

The Horticultural Use of Zeolite

The interest in the horticultural use of Zeolite in recent years is particularly high. And this is justified by the growing interest in exploiting the kind of natural resources that contribute to the increase of agricultural production with the lowest possible environmental costs

Apple Powdery Mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha)

The Apple Powdery Mildew, which is caused by the ascomycete fungus Podosphaera leucotricha, represents an important disease of the tree and crop. But despite the name, it is not only one of the most serious diseases of Apple tree.

Headed Cabbage – Field Planting Cabbage

Field Planting Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) is another link in the long and heavy chain of articles with which the editorial team of 'Kalliergeia' has the ambition to firmly tie the few remaining readers of the series. A series that - we have no reason to hide it -…

Headed Cabbage – Seeding Cabbage Methods

Seeding Cabbage methods and techniques is the subject of the following article, which is contained in the lamentable series of articles devoted to cultivation of this so popular leafy vegetable whith endless scientific name Brassica oleracea var. capitata.

Headed Cabbage – Propagation of Headed Cabbage

The propagation of Headed Cabbage and the factors that affect the germination of its seed are the main subject of this article. Which, if we did not lose the count, is the fourth of the series devoted to the cultivation of the Headed Cabbage, Brassica oleracea var. capitata.

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