Guidelines for Experimental Practice in Organic Greenhouse Horticulture

Martin Koller, Francis Rayns, Stella Cubison, Ulrich Schmutz

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    The aim of this handbook of experimental guidelines is to help conduct experiments for organic horticulture in greenhouses throughout Europe. It considers vegetables, fruit and ornamental production. Using standardised research procedures for experiments will aid a comparison of results and dissemination of knowledge. The editors have tried to incorporate as many climatic zones, countries and crops as possible in order to represent a wide area of Europe although some smaller crops or certain specific climates could not be included. The term greenhouse will be used in these guidelines in accordance with the EGTOP report on organic cultivation in greenhouses as follows (EGTOP, 2013): "All permanent structures, with or without heating, covered by glass or plastic or other material that lets daylight through, in which crops, transplants or ornamentals are cultivated, are considered as ‘greenhouses’".
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherBioGreenhouse COST Action FA 1105
    Commissioning bodyEuropean Union Horizon 2020
    Number of pages154
    ISBN (Print)978-94-6257-534-9
    Publication statusPublished - 11 Apr 2016


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