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suppression, making it susceptible to weed interference, particularly during the first 10 to 16 weeks after planting. Phytosociological surveys performed in cassava cultivation areas indicate that the weed community composition varies among seasons. Malvaceae

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. In this context, the aim of this work is to statistically identify those factors significantly affecting the timing of soilless cultivation adoption and the associated technology. The study focuses on Mediterranean greenhouses, more specifically on

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-injection (WI) cultivation, and DI cultivation are becoming more popular because they are less disruptive to the putting surface than HT aerification. For example, previous research has shown that WI and spiking can improve water infiltration on sand

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Grafting of herbaceous seedlings is a unique horticultural technology practiced for many years in East Asia to overcome issues associated with intensive cultivation using limited arable land for vegetable production. According to Lee and Oda

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in many countries, primarily associated with incurring consequences of intensive cultivation ( Lee et al., 2010 ). Commercial tomato grafting was initiated in early 1960s ( Lee and Oda, 2003 ) and has now become an important cultivation practice for

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technology opens the possibility for photosynthetic optimization and plant physiology regulation by manipulating light characteristics ( Kim et al., 2019 ; Mitchell et al., 2012 ). In addition, LED is an energy-saving solution in replacement of traditional

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High tunnels are not greenhouses, although it is sometimes hard to distinguish between the two. High tunnels, although resembling traditional plastic-covered greenhouses, are a completely different technology. In their purest form, high tunnels have

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, improvements in the distribution structure and quality of cut lilies are necessary, which creates a demand for research and the development of technology for all aspects of production from cultivation to distribution. Only 8 ha are devoted to the production of

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propagation cannot satisfy the needs of large-scale cultivation; therefore, new planting techniques are urgently required ( Chen et al., 2019 ; Li et al., 2018 ). Other plants of the Orchid family are also experiencing breeding problems, such as Phalaenopsis

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in polyhouses. Greenhouse production of tomatoes is more expensive than cultivation in the fields ( Peet and Welles, 2005 ). Smoke technology may help tomato growers in minimizing running costs by early harvesting and increasing number of fruit

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