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Tibor Rittner, Ioan Țenu and Ovidiu Marian
The goal of the research was to determine the level of abrasion of different types of nozzles during different types of uses and at different pressure values.
The experiment assembly consists of an ATOM-300 carried sprayer, manufactured by S.C. TEHNOFAVORIT S.A. Bonţida-Cluj, and a stand for testing the distribution uniformity of the vineyard and orchard sprayers Herbst ED20-900, manufactured by Ernst Herbst Prüftechnik e. K. Hirschbach-Germany.
The 4 types of nozzles used were Lechler Ceramic 1.0 and 1.2; Lechler TR 80-30 and Lechler ITR 80-015 with air induction.
The measurements were made on a water pressure of 10 bar and 20 bar, and the testing period was equivalent with the duration of a campaign. The study below presents the variations of the debit measured in each type of nozzle according to the time and pressure.
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Marián Gábor, Vladimír Falťan and František Petrovič
The main goal of this paper is the application of qualitative and quantitative free available data for geographical delineation based on reconnaissance research in vineyard landscape. The results of delineation are useful in agricultural management or environmental planning. Our delineation may serve as the basic information on site conditions of vineyards near Pezinok (Slovakia), with historical use from the beginning of 13th century. We have studied the actual land cover and classified physiotopes of the study area into a set of relatively homogenous and coherent landscape units. The landscape units defined in this work consist of homogenous physiotopes in terms of their structural and functional characteristics, which have been shaped by natural factors (land-forms, soil type and subtype, geological base, elevation, slope, aspect, solar radiation and normal different vegetation index (NDVI)). The characteristics were used to define 23 landscape units in qualitative delineation (based on both qualitative and quantitative data). Only quantitative characteristics – elevation, aspect, slope, solar radiation and NDVI, were used in a K-means cluster analysis to define the 17 landscape units. The number of landscape units was computed by WB-index, and standardisation of data was computed by factor analysis. The whole classification process was statistically significant. The strength of the grouping procedure was tested by using Discriminant Analysis, which found that 92.70% of objects in qualitative and 98.50% of objects in quantitative delineation were correctly classified.
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M. Carmen Cañizares and Ángel Raúl Ruiz Pulpón
interaction with the environment, especially when it has become vulnerable under the impact of irreversible change (V) ( Cañizares 2014 , pp. 154–155). There is no doubt that it prints a very valuable “brand image” in the context of cultural industries and in relation to territorial development, as happens in: the coastal vineyards of Amalfi and Cinque Terre, both in Italy; French vineyards from the Saint Emilion jurisdiction in the Bordeaux area, and in vineyards of the Loire; in the vineyards of Alto Douro and Pico in Portugal; in German farmlands from the region of the
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Ramzi Mansour, Gaetana Mazzeo, Alessandra Pergola, Kaouthar Lebdi and Agatino Russo
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Jesús Rodrigo-Comino, Christine Brings, Thomas Iserloh, Markus C. Casper, Manuel Seeger, José M. Senciales, Eric C. Brevik, José D. Ruiz-Sinoga and Johannes B. Ries
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