Wageningen UR researchers performed successful research into how the Xanthomonas bacteria in strawberry production is spread in order to prevent spreading. Also it is possible to predict the flavour levels of both sweet pepper and galia melons using a model developed by Wageningen UR. This and much more can be found in the September issue of Plant Life, e-newsletter on plant research at Wageningen UR.
Plant Life, September 2015
- How to prevent the Xanthomonas bacterium from spreading
- How predictive models for flavour levels of vegetables and fruits can benefit breeders
- Controlled ‘reset’ for nematode-infested soil
- National Information point on new EU regulations for the use of biodiversity
- Conference on fungi and mushrooms for nutrition and other applications
- Simon Groot of East-West Seed receives Mansholt Business Award