AHDB Horticulture Cost: £172,523
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AHDB Horticulture Cost: £302,355
Industry Representative: Patrick Fairweather, Fairweather's Nursery
AHDB Horticulture Cost: £24,519
Industry representative: Matthew Naylor, Naylor Flowers Ltd
AHDB Horticulture Cost: £66,941.00
This proposal covers two elements of work; further monitoring on grower holdings in 2015 and Pansy sample testing for a virus potentially associated with PaMS. Continued monitoring will gather further evidence towards determining the triggers for PaMS (temperature, humidity, DLI, irrigation and production inputs and practices). The virus tests will confirm any association of Viola white distortion associated virus (VWDaV) with PaMS symptoms.
Industry representative: Adrian Jansen, Lingarden Bulbs Ltd.
HDC total project cost: £56,413
Industry representative: Mark Clark
HDC project cost: £30,992
AHDB wishes to build awareness and understanding in their stakeholder communities of the way that farm management decisions on the use of resources (including land) determine environmental impacts
Industry representative: Mark Eves
AHDB Horticulture project cost: £263,324
This project aims to identify the cause(s) of 'physiological rust' disorder of field-grown daffodil crops
The overall aim is to determine which, if any, of the recently approved insecticides, or insecticides likely to achieve approval within the next 2-3 years, are effective against large narcissus fl
The aim of this project is to screen fungicides against narcissus basal rot.
This project will explore the capability of Trichoderma viride and other commercial fungal and bacterial biopesticide products, applied either as amended composts or as bulb
The aim of this project is to identify alternative herbicides for weed control in narcissus with potential for SOLAs.
This project aims to discover whether internal bulb temperatures attain the target of 3 hours at 44.4°C during commercial hot-water treatment (HWT), and use this information to implement HWT pract
This project aims to determine the suitability of chlorine dioxide as a biocide for use in daffodil bulb dip treatments.
This project aims to improve the armoury of fungicides available for control of narcissus leaf diseases.
This small scale project was undertaken to investigate the feasibility of using a prototype MRI sensor for the automated detection of basal rot.
The aim of this project is to investigate Chlorine dioxide for general disinfectant use in narcissus growing, and in this project it would be tested in narcissus HWT and cold-dipping.
The Cut-Flowers Trials Centre was established in 2007 and is now in the third year of a programme of variety demonstrations, agronomic trials and larger-scale assessments of cut-flower species and
The aim of this project is to produce a handbook on daffodil growing for commercial growers (similar to previous ADAS guides).
Appropriate well managed storage of perishable horticultural crops is vital to ensure optimum market penetration for UK crops. Following requests from representatives of the tree fruit sector to
The aim of this project is to evaluate Sumimax applied post-emergence for volunteer potato control and crop safety to gladiolus.