Advanced Greenhouse Horticulture
New Technologies and Cultivation Practices
Koukounaras, Athanasios (editor)
Greenhouse horticulture is one of the most intensive agricultural systems, focusing on the production of high-value products. This book presents current research findings that cover a wide range of new technologies and novel agricultural practices, which are preconditions for successful production in a very competitive global environment.
Keywordssoilless culture; root growth; root/shoot ratio; Allium porrum; organic management; production; sugars; selenium; antioxidants; minerals; remote sensing; hyperspectral; reflectance index; classification tree; machine vision; accumulated radiation method; feedback irrigation system; fuzzy control system; irrigation dose; precision irrigation; phyto-sensing; transpiration; water use efficiency; Sisymbrium officinale; Brassicaceae; hedge mustard; leafy vegetables; container substrates; physical properties; chemical properties; biomass; Citrullus lanatus; vegetable grafting; optimal production; marketable seedlings; quality indicators; greenhouse; metro-mix; Dahlia; Rudbeckia; Gerbera; abiotic factors; biocontrol agent (BCA); controlled environment; ecological theory; molecular mechanisms; non-phototrophic bacteria; pathogens; phyllosphere; plant metabolism; plant morphology; semi-transparent photovoltaic modules; hydroponics; tomato; bioactive ingredients; lycopene; antioxidant capacity; urban agriculture; reclaimed wastewater; controlled environment agriculture; soilless production; brewery; Brassica juncea; Lactuca sativa; Ocimum basilicum; light emitting diodes; GA3; extended photoperiod; light; protected cultivation; vegetables; ornamental
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences