Publicaciones científicas en agronomía
Written on April 25, 2023

Publicaciones científicas en agronomía

6 publicaciones agronómicas en inglés

2022

  • SHS: XXXI International Horticultural Congress (IHC2022): International Symposium on Advances in Berry crops: se publicará próximamente

The ‘LIGHT CASCADE®’ sunlight photoconversion greenhouse films increase berries production and provide a better resistance towards biotic and abiotic stresses in Mediterranean countries

Palabras Clave: sunlight spectrum, light shifting dyes, greenhouse foils, raspberry, strawberry

 

  • ISHS: XXXI International Horticultural Congress (IHC2022): International Symposium on Innovative technologies and production strategies for sustainable controlled environment horticulture: se publicará próximamente

The innovative ‘LIGHT CASCADE®’ sunlight photoconversion greenhouse films enhance horticultural crops production in Europe

Palabras Clave: sunlight spectrum, light shifting dyes, plastic foils, vegetables, berries, plant pathogens

 

Use of augmented natural ventilation and ‘double roof’ with photoconversion  films to improve crop photosynthesis inside greenhouses

Palabras Clave: whitewashing, airflow, photoconversion film, tomato, pepper

 

Effects of blue LIGHT CASCADE® films on tomato under controlled environmental conditions 

Palabras Clave: Greenhouse, sunlight, blue light, plant growth, Lycopersicon esculentum

 

2021

  • AgEng2021: July 4–8, 2021, Évora, Portugal

Effect of photoconversion greenhouse films used as ‘double covers’ on tomato crop in Almeria (Spain)

Palabras Clave: Protected crops, optically active dyes, photoconversion film, tomato fruits quality, marketable yield.

 La versión completa está disponible en Researchgate - Cites (APA): Martínez, A. (2021). Effect of Photoconversion Greenhouse Films Used as ‘Double Covers’ on Tomato Crop in Almeria (Spain). Agricultural Engineering AgEng2021, 754.

 

Effect of photoconversion films used as greenhouse double roof on the development of cucumber fungal diseases in Spain

Palabras Clave: Sunlight photoconversion film, protected crop, internal impermeable screens, ventilation, fungal infection

La versión completa está disponible en Researchgate - Cites (APA): Moreno-Teruel, M. A., & Valera, D. L. (2021). Effect of Photoconversion Films Used as Greenhouse Double Roof on the Development of Cucumber Fungal Diseases in Spain. Agricultural Engineering AgEng2021, 831.

 

2019

  • ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1296: International Symposium on Advanced Technologies and Management for Innovative Greenhouses: GreenSys2019

Melon and potato crops productivity under a new generation of optically active greenhouse films

Palabras Clave: Light spectrum, optical active dyes, Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR), vegetable, photoconversion greenhouse covers

La versión original está disponible en el sitio web del ISHS​: Lemarié, S., Guérin, V., Jouault, A., Proost, K., Cordier, S., Guignard, G., Demotes-Mainard, S., Bertheloot, J., Sakr, S. and Peilleron, F. (2020). Melon and potato crops productivity under a new generation of optically active greenhouse films. Acta Hortic. 1296, 517-526
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1296.67
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1296.67

 

2018

  • ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1252: XXI International Congress on Plastics in Agriculture: Agriculture, Plastics and Environment

Innovative Optical Technology for Improved Agriculture Production
Impact of Innovative Optically Active Greenhouse Films on Melon, Watermelon, Raspberry and Potato Crops

Palabras Clave: Light spectrum, optical active dyes, photosynthesis, vegetable, yield, fruit quality

La versión original está disponible en el sitio web del ISHS​: Lemarié, S., Guérin, V., Sakr, S., Jouault, A., Caradeuc, M., Cordier, S., Guignard, G., Gardet, R., Bertheloot, J., Demotes-Mainard, S., Proost, K. and Peilleron, F. (2019). Impact of innovative optically active greenhouse films on melon, watermelon, raspberry and potato crops. Acta Hortic. 1252, 191-200
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2019.1252.25
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2019.1252.25