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Suzukii Trap: specific attractant for the capture of Drosophila suzukii 01/2014
(PHYTOMA N253 Noviembre 2013) [Spanish]
Due to the large capacity of reproduction of Drosophila suzukii, mass trapping approaches with baits may have huge potential for management and control of this fly. Mass trapping trials with the attra...

Effect of root and leaf applications of soluble silicon on blast development in rice 11/2013
(Bragantia, Campinas, v. 72, n. 3, p.304-309, 2013) [English]
Blast, caused by Pyricularia oryzae, is the most important fungal disease of rice worldwide. The application of soluble Si to the roots increased Si concentration in leaf tissues as compare to plants ...

Increased productive potential in sugar cane by application of Armurox as a source of bioavailable Silicon 09/2013
(Proceedings of XIX Congreso ATACA) [Spanish]
The aim of the present work was to evaluate the efficiency of the new technology Armurox and its contribution as bioavailable Silicon in sugar cane. Two trials in commercial areas were conducted in ...

Enantiomeric separation of Free L- and D-Amino Acids in Hydrolyzed Protein Fertilizers by Capillary Electrophoresis Tandem Mass Spectrometry 05/2013
(Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2013, 61, 5022-5030) [English]
L-amino acids play a part in many physiological processes in plants. However, while L-amino acids are biologically active, the metabolism role of D-amino acids in plants is still doubtful, and the few...

Effect of Optimus on the appearance and quality of tangerine and lemon irrigated with low quality water 02/2013
(ACTAS DE HORTICULTURA N60) [Spanish]
Citrus fruits have a high sensitivity to saline water, which reduce their productivity and the quality of the fruit. This study evaluates the effect of Optimus , an inducer of resistance to salinity ...



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