How can METOS® DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM help in growing high-flavored walnuts?
The nuts are said to be uneconomical for commercial cultivation because of their hard-shell and poor hulling characteristics. To achieve high-flavor walnuts the trees need Mediterranean climates without strong winds. Walnut trees like dry summers and mild winters and don’t handle frosts well as early cold periods may severely injure the trees.
Why are holistic solutions important for viticulture and how can METOS® DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM help?
Meteorological information in the vineyard is of key importance for the decision-making process. It leads to the production of high-quality grapes and it is the starting point of the production of fine grapes.
What are the solutions that METOS® DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM can bring to the production of vegetables?
Vegetable production is crucial for human health thus it should be of the utmost importance to all of us. As a consequence, growers are dealing with enormous amounts of stress. Not only because of the importance of their work, but also because of the expectations that are upon them regarding the vegetable health, way of growing, amount and quality of production etc.
Take a peek at the solutions that METOS® DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM can bring to citrus production.
Citrus production is known to be complex and there are many exogenous and endogenous factors influencing quantity and quality of the production. Especially climatic conditions and production practices play an important role.
How to make a step forward in blueberry production?
Blueberries have become a major crop worldwide. Because it has expanded so rapidly, production problems have been encountered, for example small fruit size, damages referring to soil and climatic conditions (like freezing, chilling), poor pollination, variable yields, etc. The need for higher productivity and sustainable production practices is therefore understandable and very necessary.
General Factors Impacting Seeding and Germination
The important point to remember is not how early the seed should be in the ground, but what can be done to get it out of the ground as soon as possible, so that the plant is growing healthy.
Late frosts represent one of the most relevant natural hazards worldwide for farming production, considering severity and extent of damage, whose occurrence is constantly increasing, concomitantly to the increase of climate change and variability.