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2020.07.10
ABSTRACT Mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek var. radiata), also known as green gram is an important warm season food legume crop, with major production in Asia. The crop is expanding to Sub Sahran Africa and other parts of the world due to its short crop duration (60 days) and due to the...
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ABSTRACT Soil-borne diseases are one of the factors that limit the productivity of agricultural crops in Indonesia. Soil-borne pathogens that predominantly attack various types of agricultural plants in Indonesia include Fusarium spp., Pythium spp., Phytophthora spp., Ralstonia solanacearum,...
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2020.07.10
ABSTRACT Soil-borne diseases can cause significant negative impacts on crop production. To combat these diseases, most farmers have been using chemicals such as soil fumigants to disinfest the field soils before scheduled planting. These conventional applications, however, often result in an...
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ABSTRACT This work reports the development of a precision farming technology package by the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) and the willingness of Malaysian farmers to adopt to the technology.  Specifically, this work touches on the efforts to reduce...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Smart agriculture
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ABSTRACT The potential risk of a crop disease can be determined by considering the three components of the “disease triangle” that may combine to cause its occurrence: pathogen, host, and environment. An outbreak of a crop disease requires the presence of a virulent pathogen in sufficient...
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