eJHS Volume 85/2 (April 2020)
Check out the new issue of eJHS online at https://www.pubhort.org/ejhs/ (Volume 85, issue 2, April 2020) including the following articles:
- SSR fingerprinting of raspberry cultivars traded in Germany clearly showed that certainty about the genotype authenticity is a prerequisite for any horticultural experiment
- Penetration and development of Meloidogyne enterolobii in resistant and susceptible Capsicum spp.
- Short- and long-term phenotypic changes of hydroponically grown tomatoes as a result of seedling production substrates
- Influence of pedo-climatic conditions on the quality of Iris pallida rhizomes
- Presence of arsenic and potentially toxic metals (Cd, Cr, Pb) in water and soil of the NE shore of Chapala Lake, Mexico, and its genotoxic effect in the edible chayote fruit (Sechium edule (Jacq.) Sw.)
- Terminal branch density and fruit production in the canopy of high-yield mango orchards
- Taking the helm at the family operation under the watchful eye of the predecessor: Succession in European horticulture and agriculture
eJHS (European Journal of Horticultural Science; ISSN 1611-4426 print and ISSN 1611-4434 online) publishes original research articles and reviews on significant plant science discoveries and new or modified methodologies and technologies with a broad international and cross-disciplinary interest in the scope of global horticulture. eJHS focus is on applied and fundamental aspects of the entire food value chain, ranging from breeding, production, processing, trading to retailing of horticultural crops and commodities in temperate and Mediterranean regions. In particular eJHS emphasizes integrated crop management strategies during the preharvest and postharvest stages, aiming at sustainably increasing the quantity and quality of horticultural products. The eJHS publishes peer-reviewed articles, reviews and special thematic issues; see www.ishs.org/ejhs for information and to submit your articles.