ARO, UTH, AUA Meeting
ARO and UTH collaborate in order to deploy the yellow-sticky ReTIC trap system in cherry orchards. The ReTIC in Thessaly will be used in UTH pilot site to demonstrate the management of the cherry fruit fly, Rhagoletis cerasi (CherryFlyNet). ReTIC and DSS will be integrated into LAS (Location-Aware Systems) in different crops (deciduous, olive, cherry, and melon) to drastically reduce pesticide utilization while preserving fruit quality”).
- From 2015-03-18 to 2015-03-22
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