By M. Hagg, R. Ahvenainen, A.M. Evers and K. Tiilikkala (Auth.)
As patron call for for prime quality items grows, the standard of our meals is more and more lower than the highlight. Agri-food caliber II addresses the standard administration of plant-based nutrition fabrics in the course of the creation chain, from box to desk. advancements when it comes to the advance of vegetable and fruit caliber via plant breeding, genetic manipulation, amendment of cultivation know-how and optimisation of harvesting and garage innovations, are coated intimately. additionally, the idea that of useful meals and sustainable construction also are discussed.
With participants from foreign specialists, Agri-food caliber II can be of serious curiosity to nutrients scientists, agriculturalists, or certainly somebody concerned with a part of the nutrients chain, either in academia and
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Plant protection measures were kept at a minimum. The seeds were treated with biological Streptomyces fungicide. Weeds were sprayed before planting with trifluralin, the rest of the weeds were weeded out manually. The insects on the plot were sprayed with pyrethrum, mevinfos and malation, and mercaptodimetur against slugs was used once. Plant analysis are reported in (4 ). 1 Statistical methods On each subplot several response variables were observed representing growth, substances closely related to carbohydrate metabolism, nitrate, and vitamins.
20%). 001). 22). e. 6) due to irrigation. 04%), respectively. Consequently, the univariate results of the total sugar content reflect the increasing effect of irrigation on glucose and fructose, as the mean sucrose content was approximately the same in both irrigated and unirrigated groups. The increase of nitrogen level fiom 30 kg/ha to 90 kgha also increased the total sugar content in a linear fashion, but decreased dietary fibre and vitamin C. Of the different sugars glucose accounted for most of the significant nitrogen effect on the total sugar content.
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