Scale: National

The objectives of this participative research program are:1: Select surviving European chestnut trees within strong impacted areas by the ink disease2: Evaluate their resistance
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Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) is one of the most drought-tolerant pine species and it is distributed over large drought-prone Mediterranean regions. The determination
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This work aims the valorization of myrtle fruits through the determination of its mineral composition. Such a study is important to highlight the nutritional
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This factsheet aims to present the mechanical harvesting option and the productivity monitorization done in umbrella pine stands harvested in both ways (manual and
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Chestnut ink disease, caused by root pathogens (Phytophthora sp. ),  induces dieback and mortality in sweet chestnut, C. sativa. Classical biological control can be
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Stone pine (Pinus pinea L.) cone harvesting in Portugal continues to occur trough the traditional way, that is, by specialized workers that climb the
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Chestnuts are an extremely important product for the Portuguese region ‘Terra Fria Transmontana’, representing one of the most profitable crops today. Its commercialization is
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Aleppo pine is one of the dominant forest species in Tunisia, favoured by its great regeneration capacity, plasticity, climatic stress tolerance, and multiple products:
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The carob tree cultivation is handicapped by the poor quality of the seedlings leaving the nursery due to the deterioration of the root system,
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Cork oak ecosystems have been experiencing a serious decline in the last decades attributed to different causes, including wildfires. After fire trees may become
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