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- Askari, N.
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1212 pp. 67-70
- Cucumis sativus; Malus; Pistacia; Vitis; apples; cucumbers; flowers; fruits; grapes; greenhouses; horticulture; medicinal plants; ornamental plants; pistachios; plant nurseries; raw fruit; saffron; Iran; Middle East; Northern Africa
- ... Iran is the second largest country in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region with respect to the number of inhabitants and economy. A production of 12 million tonnes of fresh fruits and 20 million tonnes of vegetables ranks Iran as 11th and 5th world fruit and vegetable producer, respectively. Pistachio (Pistacia), grape (Vitis), and apple (Malus) are the main fruits. In 2015, cucumber (Cu ...
- Devi, P.; Attavar, A. S.; Miles, C.
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1212 pp. 253-254
- Cucurbitaceae; Fusarium wilt; Verticillium dahliae; Verticillium wilt; crop production; cucumbers; disease control; eggplants; fruit quality; grafting (plants); greenhouses; growers; horticulture; labor; methyl bromide; nutrient uptake; organobromine compounds; root systems; rootstocks; soil fumigants; soil-borne diseases; vascular tissues; vegetable crops; watermelons; China; Europe; Japan; Washington (state)
- ... Grafting vegetable plants onto specific rootstocks that are resistant to soilborne diseases such as verticillium wilt and fusarium wilt has become a common practice, attracting interest among intensive vegetable crop producers as well as organic growers. It is a unique horticultural technique that involves the joining of two plants through their vascular tissues in order to take advantage of their ...