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Evaluating the role of leaf surface hydrophobicity on interactions with agrochemicals 

Start: February - September 2018 (Working topic/ titel and experimental schedule can be discussed at personal meeting)

Increasing resource use efficiency in IPM or in Organic Horticulture is a key topic to ensure low inputs of agrochemicals, their optimal biological efficacy and to reduce environmental contamination. Optimization of foliar application is one of the smart plant management tool used in commercial horticultural production systems. Read more...

Usage of silicon for horticultural crop production

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Silicon is usually classed as a “non-essential” element for plant growth and development. However, despite high concentrations of silicon in the soil, leaf application of silicon seems to be of advantage. Read more


Abiotic damages on vegetables

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Biotic damages are caused through living organisms, whereas abiotic damages are caused through other, non-living factors. While this is very well known, it is still unclear how to properly distinguish between those two. Read more...


Effect of different cultivation techniques on quality of vegetables produced in the greenhouse

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What is product quality? Can it be influenced before the crop harvest and if so, do certain conditions, such as the climate or the farming techniques play a role? Read more...


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