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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXIII, Issue 1
Written by Adrian ASĂNICĂ

Nowadays, the limitations of cultivated areas, climate changes and degraded soils move the crops in greenhouses or under plastic. Also the soil problems and the need for space efficiency place the plants into containers that can be more controlled in terms of mobility and substrate adequate quality for each crop. Another reason to have the containerized crops are the market demand for fresh products out of the season time. Berries are fruits with very high value and profitability. Therefore, one by one, crops like raspberry, blackberry, currants and blueberry are going to be cultivated in pots anywhere it is a space available, and mainly in the protected field. The present work is about present and further solutions for urban horticulture focusing on the berry crops as an alternative for the open field technologies.

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