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Spray adjustments based on LWA concept in vineyard. Relationship between canopy and coverage for different application settings

Author
Gil, E.; Gallart, M.; Llorens, J.; Llop, J.; Bayer, T.; Carvalho, C.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
Aspects of Applied Biology
Date of publication
2014
Presentation's date
2014-01-08
Book of congress proceedings
Aspects of Applied Biology 122, Internattional Advances in Pesticide Applications. Association of Applied Biologists
First page
25
Last page
32
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/21373 Open in new window
Abstract
Crop-adapted dosing of agrochemicals, i.e. dose adjustment has been widely discussed in previous research. In all cases, the main goal has been to adapt the total amount of plant protection products (PPP) to crop characteristics, but the most difficult aspect seems to select the most suitable crop parameter to be used for dose expression. This situation has resulted in a recent proposal by the European agrochemical manufacturing industry to harmonise, across Europe, the efficacy evaluation stage...
Citation
Gil, E. [et al.]. Spray adjustments based on LWA concept in vineyard. Relationship between canopy and coverage for different application settings. A: International Advances in Pesticide Application. "Aspects of Applied Biology 122, Internattional Advances in Pesticide Applications". Oxford: 2014, p. 25-32.
Keywords
Dose expression, LWA, Leaf Wall Area, optimal coverage, spray volume, vineyard
Group of research
UMA - Sustainable Agriculture and Food Quality

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