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George Christos Dimokas

George Christos Dimokas
Agriculture Farm Consulting

Dr. MSc. BSc.

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Introduction
Dr. George Dimokas, was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1976. He received B.Sc., at Agronomist, M.Sc and PhD. from University of Thessaly- School of Agricultural Sciences - Department of Agriculture Crop Production and Rural Environment, Volos, Greece, in 2001, 2003 and 2009, respectively.
Additional affiliations
June 2014 - October 2017
Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese
Position
  • Lecturer
November 2011 - present
Agriculturae Farm Consulting
Position
  • Managing Director
October 2010 - May 2011
Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Work in research project Life+ “Adapt agricultural production to climate change and limited water supply”

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Publications (26)
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The economic crisis experienced by many European States is estimated to affect the eating habits of the population that suffers from its consequences. Modern demands for consumption of quality products should be combined with both respective sale prices and more environmentally friendly production processes, able to attract the consumers. The aim o...
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In recent years the effects of the global crisis are evident at the level of national economies at more states around the world. In our country we are experiencing the effects of the economic crisis at the last seven years with effects such as the decrease of GDP, rising unemployment, decrease in salaries of employees etc. Occupying with agricultur...
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Optimization of greenhouse climate management during winter period is an issue that intensely preoccupied researchers over the last two decades as it is directly linked to energy saving, products quality, and reduction of chemical inputs. Goal of this project was the use of Branch and Bound algorithms in order to obtain the optimize greenhouse clim...
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The aim of this work was to study case studies of a modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) in greenhouse tomato crop during winter period. The modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) that was used for case studies of the experiment has been developed and validated according the cultivation technique and the needs of the Mediterranean growers and the...
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The aim of this work was to perform a sensitivity analysis of a modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) in tomato crop during winter period. The modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) that used for case studies of the experiment has been developed and validated according short cropping period, cultivation techniques and climate conditions of countri...
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The aim of this work was to implement the management principles on greenhouse vegetables in Thessaloniki and to estimate the effectiveness on greenhouse crops. For this purpose a questionnaire was composed and filled in by the greenhouse growers (with formal, integrated and biological production) in the area near Thessaloniki. Before visiting the g...
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The aim of this work was to perform a sensitivity analysis of a modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) in tomato crop during winter period. The modified biological simulator (TOMGRO) that used for case studies of the experiment has been developed and validated according short cropping period, cultivation techniques and climate conditions of countri...
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The aim of this work was to implement the management principles on greenhouse vegetables in Thessaloniki and to estimate the effectiveness on greenhouse crops. For this purpose a questionnaire was composed and filled in by the greenhouse growers (with formal, integrated and biological production) in the area near Thessaloniki. Before visiting the g...
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The aim of this work was the development and validation of a biophysical model (BioSiGreT) by coupling a crop growth model and a greenhouse climate model. The crop growth model is a modification of TOMGRO to simulate topping, a short term cropping technique, current practice in Mediterranean greenhouses. The climate model consists of five sub-simul...
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The objective of this work was to quantify temporal changes of NO3-, PO43- and SO42- concentration on leaves, shoots and roots of rose plants during a short growing period, in response to air temperature, light intensity and the concentration of the above mentioned anions in the nutrient solution. For this reason rose plants (×Rosa hybrid ‘Iceberg’...
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The aim of this work was the development and validation of a biophysical model (BioSiGreT) by coupling a crop growth model and a greenhouse climate model. The crop growth model is a modification of TOMGRO to simulate topping, a short term cropping technique, current practice in Mediterranean greenhouses. The climate model consists of five sub-simul...
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The correct supply of water and nutrients is important in hydroponic growing systems in order to use water efficiently, avoid stress situations and control production. The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of irrigation scheduling on greenhouse tomato crop development and production. Experiments were carried out in the farm of the Uni...
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The correct supply of water and nutrients is important in hydroponic growing systems in order to use water efficiently, avoid stress situations and control production. The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of irrigation scheduling on greenhouse tomato crop development and production. Experiments were carried out in the farm of the Univers...
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The aim of this work is to calibrate and validate the adaptation of TOMGRO (TOMato GRowth), a crop growth simulation model for tomato, to the short-term cropping technique and to conditions in Greece. Current practice in plastic greenhouses in Mediterranean regions is to stop the indeterminate development of the plant after a limited number of trus...
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The aim of this work is the validation of the adaptation of the TOMGRO tomato crop simulation to short term cropping technique and to Greek conditions. Indeed, a current practice in plastic greenhouses in the Mediterranean regions is to stop the development of the plant after 7 trusses by topping, which is the removal of the terminal bud of the pla...
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The aim of this work is the validation of the adaptation of the TOMGRO tomato crop simulation to short term cropping technique and to Greek conditions. Indeed, a current practice in plastic greenhouses in the Mediterranean regions is to stop the development of the plant after 7 trusses by topping, which is the removal of the terminal bud of the pla...
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The aim of this work is the validation of the adaptation of the TOMGRO tomato crop simulation to short term cropping technique and to Greek conditions. Indeed, a current practice in plastic greenhouses in the Mediterranean regions is to stop the development of the plant after 7 trusses by topping, which is the removal of the terminal bud of the pla...
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The aim of this project was the validation of a greenhouse climate simulator (SimGreC), so that it can be used later for the optimization of greenhouse micro-climate, aiming at the optimum crop development and the reduction of energy and chemical inputs. For this purpose, a physical simulator for the greenhouse climate has been developed comprising...
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The aim of this work is the calibration of the adaptation of the TOMGRO tomato crop simulation to short term cropping technique and to Greek conditions, so that it can be used later for the optimization of greenhouse microclimate, aiming at the optimum crop development and the reduction of energy and chemical inputs. Indeed, a current practice in p...
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The aim of this work is the calibration of the adaptation of the TOMGRO tomato crop simulation to short term cropping technique and to Greek conditions, so that it can be used later for the optimization of greenhouse microclimate, aiming at the optimum crop development and the reduction of energy and chemical inputs. Indeed, a current practice in p...
Data
he aim of this project was the validation of a greenhouse climate simulator (SimGreC), so that it can be used later for the optimization of greenhouse micro-climate, aiming at the optimum crop development and the reduction of energy and chemical inputs. For this purpose, a physical simulator for the greenhouse climate has been developed comprising...
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The international competition for high quality products leads the growers to limit the production and the environmental costs, mainly by a better management of the use. In the last two decades, crop modeling has become a major tool in horticulture as in other areas of plant production. Heating is after labour the main cost of greenhouse crops but i...
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The international competition for high quality products leads the growers to limit the production and the environmental costs, mainly by a better management of the use. In the last two decades, crop modeling has become a major tool in horticulture as in other areas of plant production. Heating is after labour the main cost of greenhouse crops but i...
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A better understanding of the effects of irrigation frequency on flower production and quality of rose plants can help to propose optimal irrigation scheduling. For this purpose, experiments were conducted on a soilless rose crop (Rosa hybrida, cv. First Red), with a closed hydroponic system, in a greenhouse located near Volos, on the continental a...
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A better understanding of the effects of irrigation frequency on flower production and quality of rose plants can help to develop optimal irrigation systems. On this purpose experiments were conducted on a soilless rose crop (Rosa hybrida, cv. First Red) grown in a closed hydroponic system, in a greenhouse located on Eastern Greece. In order to stu...

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