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  • The completed management of mycological diseases of tomatos in greenhouse cultures.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Maris, Georgios
    Thesis advisor: Vakalounakis, Dimitrios
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    The consuming and ecological movements that bloomed the last years began to press to each direction so that stops the thoughtless use of chemical means. Thus, the governments of states and productive institutions sought ...
  • Fungal and bacterial diseases of watermelon and ways of addressing them.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Papoutsakis, Leuteris
    Thesis advisor: Gkatzilakis, Christos
    Publication Date: 18-02-2009
  • New fungal diseases of wood of material seedling of grape vine and young vineyards.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Kassarou, Maria
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • The major fungal diseases of olive.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Michelakis, Evangelos
    Thesis advisor: Gkoumas, Dimitrios
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
  • Completed confrontation of mycologikal illnesses in greenhouse cultures of pepper.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Tzanetakis, Nikolaos
    Thesis advisor: Vakalounakis, Dimitrios
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    Throughout the recent past, systems as the Completed Management of Cultures struck utopian in the circles of agronomic science. Τhe idea that enemies and illnesses of cultivations could restrain itself without the wide use ...
  • Completed confrontation for fungus murrain in the vineyard.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Papadaki, Androniki
    Thesis advisor: Gkatzilakis, Christos
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    The viticulture is one from the more important cultures in our country. It exists in flat and mountainous regions and gives three categories of different products of consumption: 1) The wine grapes, 2) the table grapes, ...
  • Presence of race 2 of the fungus verticillium dahliae in olive.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Doxas, Dimitrios
    Thesis advisor: Gkatzilakis, Christos
    Publication Date: 04-07-2013
    The plant pathologist fungus verticillium danliae kleb widespread and soilborne causes hydromycosis and can mortify hosts of greatly reducing their production.
  • The important fungi diseases of turfgrass.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Crop Science
    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Agriculture
    Authors: Fountouli, Maria
    Thesis advisor: Gkoumas, Dimitrios
    Publication Date: 29-02-2008
    This present essay mentions the important fungi diseases that infect the turf. The diseases are totally twelve and which are: dollar spot, sclerotinia leaf spot, gray leaf spot, rhizoctonia brown patch, rust, powdery mildew, ...
  • Synergistic interactions between Meloidogyne javanica and soil-borne fungi against susceptible plant hosts.

    H.M.U., School of Agricultural Sciences (SAGRIS), MSc in Applied Science and Technology in Agriculture
    Authors: Krasagakis, Nikolaos
    Thesis advisor: Markakis, Emmanouil
    Publication Date: 2020-11-12
    Ιn the present study, synergistic interactions of the root-knot nematode Meloidoyne javanica (M.j.) with the soil-borne fungi Verticillium dahliae (V.d.), Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. radicis-cucumerinum (F.o.r.c.) and ...