Species of Prunus that include peach, cherry, apricot, plum, and almond, the most important nut worldwide, have long been considered as gifts of summer.
This eighth edition of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (2009) replaces the seventh edition of the Code which was published in February 2004 as Acta Horticulturae Vol. 647 and as Regnum Vegetabile Vol. 144.
(Sulle Orme del Castagno - Coltura e Cultura, Folclore e Storia, Tradizioni e Usi)
The present volume, Following Pistachio Footprints, published in the International Society for Horticultural Science series Scripta Horticulturae originates from the collaboration of a CRA researcher with different international colleagues and wit
In January 2006 the ISAFRUIT project began.
Global Conservation Strategy for Fragaria (Strawberry); A consultative document prepared in collaboration with partners in the Fragaria germplasm, genetics research-and-development community.
More than 1400 species have been recognized in the ancient Proteaceae family (Rebelo 1995).
Following Almond Footprints (Amygdalus communis L.) - Cultivation and Culture, Folk and History, Traditions and Uses
Market access to Western European markets for developing countries is a key issue in the 2004-2007 policy programme 'Vital and Together' of the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality.
The production of horticultural commodities offers potential to alleviate poverty, meet domestic human nutritional needs and stimulate growth in emerging economies of the world.