Journal of Horticultural Science and Research

 ISSN: 2578-6598

Journal of Horticultural Science and Research

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Research Article Pages 161-170

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Bokashis, Compost and Biopesticide Solution on the Productivity of Amaranth (Amaranthus hybridus) in Southern Benin

Authors: Ayidego Crépin Ebed HOUENOU, Tatiana Windékpè KOURA, Gustave Dieudonné DAGBENONBAKIN, and Guy MERGEAI

Abstract: The two bokashis significantly improved (p < 0.01) the production of amaranth compared to the control, whereas the application of the compost marketed by Songhaï did not result in a significant improvement in yields. The best results in terms of amaranth biomass production were obtained from treatments combining the supply of bokashi with one or two biopesticide sprays per week.

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Review Article Pages 150-160

Ex-Situ Induction of Sprouting on Euadenia trifoliolata Cuttings Harvested from Four Pedoclimatic Areas of Côte d'Ivoire

Authors: Monh Alice Fah, Sifolo Seydou Coulibaly, Kouame Kevin Koffi, Kouadio Ignace Kouassi, Witabouna Mamidou Kone and Arsène Irié Bi Zoro

Abstract: Euadenia trifoliolata (Capparaceae) is a tropical forest plant. It is used in the pharmacopoeia for its medicinal properties and for that it is overexploited. Information on propagation techniques of E. trifoliolata domestication and its wild management are still missing. The study conducted on nurseries aimed to obtain some young plants from cutting stems.

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Review Article Pages 146-149

Horticulture and Dementia: A Review of Literature as it Affects the Domains

Authors: Paige Dagenhard-Trainer, Alexandra Bryan, Abbigale Crilley, Esmeralda Diaz Quiroz, and Emily Owens

Abstract: Dementia is a neurocognitive condition that affects individuals in the later stages of adulthood. Cognitive decline affecting memory, thinking, and behavior, alongside symptoms of depression and anxiety are typically present in individuals with dementia. Horticultural therapy is the interaction between people and plant-based activities, allowing for positive benefits through aspects of physical, social, cognitive and behavioral domains.

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Research Article Pages 135-145

Reduction of the Climate Impact of Finnish Greenhouse Vegetables Achieved by Energy Acquisitions between 2004 and 2017

Authors: Frans Silvenius and Juha-Matti Katajajuuri

Abstract: The scope of the study was the average climate impact of tomato, cucumber, and lettuce produced in heated greenhouses. The functional unit was one kilogramme of final product at the farm gate. Comparable data sets were used in the situation in 2004 and 2017.

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