Rose Farming Articles

  • Case study - Rose Hill Compost Facility

    Facility Owner: Mark Bennion, Rose Hill Recycling 079 77409435 CCUK Contact: Steve Bullock, CCUK, 078 72119638 Location: Dymock, Gloucestershire Site Area: 2 acres Feed stock: Source separated household organics (landscape, food, paper, wood) Capacity: 25,000 tpa Commissioned: June 2008 Facility History The facility has been procecessing up to ...

  • Case study - Growers Transplanting, Inc., Salinas, California, USA

    “Sidel Systems approached us about six years ago with a proposal to help reduce our natural gas heating bills by installing one of their SRU condensers. I was very skeptical. I had heard claims from vendors for everything from retractable curtains to boiler tubulators and found them to be greatly exaggerated with respect to fuel savings. However, two years ago when we needed to replace a ...


    By Sidel Systems USA Inc.

  • Smelling of Roses: Treatment of Wastewater From Aroma Production

    Whether in food and drink, cosmetic products, cleaning products or perfumes - consumers encounter International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF) products everywhere. The company, with its headquarters in New York, is one of the world's leading producers of fragrances and fla-vounngs for industrial clients. IFF uses may different basic substances in the production of their products, for example ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Postharvest loss estimation of cut rose ( Rosa hybrida ) flower farms: economic analysis in East Shoa Zone, Ethiopia

    Despite the sector’s role of sustaining economic growth, there is considerable loss in rose cut flower production due to improper postharvest handling. This study’s survey was conducted from first week of February to last week of April, 2011 in three districts of East Shoa Zone, Ethiopia for estimating farm level postharvest loss in rose cut flower production. The postharvest loss at ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Sensory test vs. electronic nose and/or image analysis of whole bread produced with old and modern wheat varieties adjuvanted by means of the mycorrhizal factor.

    In order to promote local organic farming and healthy local products, the germplasm of common wheat (Triticum aestivum spp.) retrieved from old-varieties (G — Gentil Rosso, I — Inallettabile, S — Sieve) has been compared with that of the modern Blasco Triticum, treated with (Bm — Blasco mycorrhizal) or without (B — Blasco) Micosat F® mycorrhizal consortium, and ...


    By PCA Technologies SRL

  • CoirGreen™ Growbags combine the benefits of coir and growbags

    The global gardening culture is changing. In the days gone by, people had to till the soil, get dirty and possibly sweat after a ...


    By CoirGreen

  • Pipekit coming up roses

    PipeKit, a specialist plastic pipe distributor based in Shrewsbury, recently supplied an extensive range of plastic pipework and drainage products to David Austin Roses, as the specialist rose company took on an ambitious extension and water conservation plan at its Shropshire site. As one of the leading growers and breeders of English Roses, the past two years have seen David Austin Roses ...


    By Water Active Ltd

  • Wild Rose State fish hatchery renovation case study

    Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wild Rose, Wisconsin, USA After more than 100 years, the Wild Rose hatchery in central Wisconsin was showing its age. Wastewater discharge to a nearby Class 1 trout stream was also a cause of concern. With HDR as its fisheries consultant, the state decided to replace the facility based on the need to address comprehensive ...


  • Influence of network connection and synchronisation for Hindmarsh–Rose model

    In recent years, the chaotic synchronisation of neural networks has been an urgent problem. In this paper, a kind of small parameter r unmatched neuron network is considered. At first, the dynamical behaviours of the HR neuron model are analysed by the ISI diagram. A change of parameter r in small range will result in great change in the size of the chaos attractor and so, the significance of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Growbags (Coco slabs)

    Keeping up with the latest grow techniques and products are probably becoming increasingly important for an ardent farmer or gardener in today’s rapidly changing world. Cultivating fast growing plants is becoming a priority especially if it is a method that is 100% natural. Designed and created to suit all requirements Coir Grow bag, also known as Coco slabs, is an easy, useful and ...


    By CoirGreen

  • Calendar reports from growers and distributors for A100 case study

    Reports 6th July Des Boxall - Queensland Reports that a baby squash grower noted increased growth rates 3 days after inoculation and, after 7 days, an increase in the number of flowers obtained. 29th July Wonder Gardens Pty - Fiji One week after dosing Lettuce section No.3 doing exceptionally well (1 week transplanted) ...


    By Cleveland Biotech Ltd.

  • Earth out of sync rising temperatures throwing off seasonal timing

    A newly hatched chick waits with hungry mouth agape for a parent to deliver its first meal. A crocus peaks up through the snow. Rivers flow swiftly as ice breaks up and snows melt. Sleepy mammals emerge from hibernation, and early frog songs penetrate the night. Spring awakening has long provided fodder for poets, artists, and almanac writers. Even for a notoriously fickle time of sunshine, ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Could food shortages bring down civilization?

    One of the toughest things for people to do is to anticipate sudden change. Typically we project the future by extrapolating from trends in the past. Much of the time this approach works well. But sometimes it fails spectacularly, and people are simply blindsided by events such as today’s economic crisis. For most of us, the idea that civilization itself could disintegrate probably seems ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Arrowleaf, crimson, rose, and subterranean clover growth with and without defoliation in the southeastern united states

    Understanding the growth pattern of cool-season annual clovers is necessary to develop management practices that maximize forage production and identify compatible grass associations and farming systems. Plant density, light interception, shoot yield, and root yield of arrowleaf (Trifolium vesiculosum Savi.), crimson (T. incarnatum L.), rose (T. hirtum All.), and subterranean (T. subterraneum L.) ...

  • 2007 second warmest year on record

    With the record for 2007 now complete, it is clear that temperatures around the world are continuing their upward climb. The global average in 2007 was 14.73 degrees Celsius (58.5 degrees Fahrenheit)—the second warmest year on record, only 0.03 degrees Celsius behind the 2005 maximum. January 2007 was the hottest January ever measured, a full 0.23 degrees Celsius warmer than the previous record. ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Rethinking food production for a world of eight billion

    The World Food Programme and the Chinese government jointlyannounced that food aid shipments to China would stop at the end of theyear. For a country where a generation ago hundreds of millions of peoplewere chronically hungry, this was a landmark achievement. Not only hasChina ended its dependence on food aid, but almost overnight it has becomethe world’s third largest food aid donor. The key to ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Commercial Experiences :Time for (compost) Tea in the Northwest

     Understanding Compost Tea COMPOST TEA describes many different preparations made using compost as a starting material and producing a liquid extract or in some cases a “liquid version” of the original compost. There are many home-designed pieces of equipment and some commercially available equipment made to produce compost tea. New ideas abound on how to fabricate the better tea-maker and ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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