Something in the air? changing odours given off by plants indicate the crop needs help: WUR

R.M.C. Jansen

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Abstract

Tomato plants under attack from boyritis fungus give off an aromatic substance that can be measured in greenhouses. This observation is the result of research by Dr. Roel Jansen during his doctoral studies at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Working with a team of scientists from Wageningen and Germany, Jansen has opened the door to a new way of preventing and managing disease problems in greenhouse horticulture
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)24-27
JournalGreenhouse Canada
Volume2010
Issue numberOctober
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Keywords

  • plant protection
  • botrytis
  • aromatic compounds
  • greenhouse crops
  • disease prevention

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