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- Rimberia, F.K.; Wamocho, L.S.
- Acta horticulturae 2014 no.1022 pp. 181-188
- wines, etc ; Papaya ringspot virus; altitude; coasts; cultivars; desserts; economic development; exports; farms; fruits; horticultural crops; industry; kitchen gardens; markets; national surveys; papayas; pests; plantations; planting date; seedlings; statistics; trees; vitamin A; France; Kenya; United Kingdom; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Papaya is an important fruit crop of Kenya for both local and export markets. The plant is medium sized with a potential to produce fruits throughout the year. The ripe fruits, which are very rich in vitamins A and C, are popularly used for dessert or processed into jam or wine. Due to its habit as a single stemmed tree it can be economically produced in any size of land from kitchen gardens to la ...
- Bound, S.A.
- Acta horticulturae 2014 no.1018 pp. 361-368
- wine grapes, etc ; Eucalyptus; alpha acids; bark; bark mulches; beta acids; carbon; composts; crops; earthworms; grape pomace; hops; microbial biomass; mulching; olives; organic production; pH; paper pulp; pastures; planting; potassium; poultry manure; pruning; soil density; soil temperature; tree growth; trees; vines; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... To assess the effect of a range of organic mulch materials in perennial crops, trials were established in ‘Super Pride’ hop fields (both organic and conventional), a new planting of ‘Gewurztraminer’ wine grapes (organically grown), and a one year old olive grove. Hops: compost produced from hop waste was applied as a surface mulch to 4 vine plots at the rate of 70 t/ha in a newly established organ ...