J. P. Baresel

J. P. Baresel
Technische Universität München | TUM

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In this paper, the use of a digital consumer camera for the non-destructive detection of the N nutritional status is compared with two alternative methods, namely SPAD and reflectance spectrometry in three field experiments. The image analysis method consisted of segmentation and successive analysis of the foreground color, i.e. only green plant pa...
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Increasing nitrogen use efficiency is central for future crop production. This is also highlighted by stricter fertilizer regulations aiming to decrease nitrogen emissions to the environment. Cultivation of varieties with increased NUE is very promising, since it does not depend on any further investments or additional resources. We investigated (1...
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Cover crops and living mulches form an integral component of conservation agriculture promoting soil health and minimising external inputs. The OSCAR Project (Optimising Subsidiary Crop Applications in Rotation) aims to improve practices of conservation agriculture in farming systems across Europe. The principal output of the project is to develop...
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Cover crops and mulches can be used for increasing sustainability in winter cereal cropping systems. We performed a 2-year field experiment in Central Italy with the aim of finding a suitable spatial arrangement for durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) and subclover (Trifolium subterraneum L.) as a living mulch system in order to provide a high cerea...
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Spectral and thermal assessments may enable the precise, high-throughput and low-cost characterisation of traits linked to drought tolerance. However, spectral and thermal measurements of the canopy water status are influenced by the crops' soil coverage, the size of the biomass and other properties such as the leaf angle distribution. The aim of t...
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In contrast to high-throughput genotyping which can manage a large number of plants at relatively low cost, phenotyping of many individual genotypes in field trials is still laborious and expensive. Early plant vigour, as an early selection criterion, is a trait that is visually scored due to a lack of suitable phenotyping methods for an accurate d...
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The temperature of leaves and canopies of plants has long been recognised to be an indicator of plant water stress and can be assessed by thermometry or thermography. Considerable research has been carried out with each of these techniques individually; however, a comparable assessment has not been done to the best of our knowledge. Therefore, we c...
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Modern agriculture and conventional breeding and the liberal use of high inputs has resulted in the loss of genetic diversity and the stagnation of yields in cereals in less favourable areas. Increasingly landraces are being replaced by modern cultivars which are less resilient to pests, diseases and abiotic stresses and thereby losing a valuable s...
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Modern agriculture and conventional breeding and the liberal use of high inputs has resulted in the loss of genetic diversity and the stagnation of yields in cereals in less favourable areas. Increasingly landraces are being replaced by modern cultivars which are less resilient to pests, diseases and abiotic stresses and thereby losing a valuable s...
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Differences among six winter wheat varieties regarding N efficiency (NE) and its components were assessed in field trials in four locations over 3years under conditions of organic farming (OF). N uptake and utilization efficiency, redistribution of N vs. direct N uptake during grain filling, N uptake in three periods (tillering, stem elongation/hea...
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The need for increased sustainability of performance in cereal varieties, particularly in organic agriculture (OA), is limited by the lack of varieties adapted to organic conditions. Here, the needs for breeding are reviewed in the context of three major marketing types, global, regional, local, in European OA. Currently, the effort is determined,...

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