A.J. Haverkort mainly investigates Agronomy, Cultivar, Crop, Biotechnology and Dry matter. He has included themes like Agriculture and Horticulture in his Agronomy study. His Crop research focuses on Yield and how it relates to Plant density, Plant anatomy and Plant morphology.
His Biotechnology research incorporates elements of Blight and Library science. His work on Phytophthora infestans as part of general Blight research is frequently linked to Genetically modified organism, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research investigates the connection with Irrigation and areas like Yield gap which intersect with concerns in Climate change.
His primary scientific interests are in Agronomy, Agriculture, Crop, Horticulture and Irrigation. His work in Cultivar, Sowing, Growing season, Dry matter and Water-use efficiency are all subfields of Agronomy research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Agroforestry, Climate change, Sustainability and Yield.
His studies deal with areas such as Cropping, Yield and Blight as well as Crop. His work on Phytophthora infestans as part of general Horticulture research is often related to Cisgenesis, thus linking different fields of science. His study on Drip irrigation is often connected to Starch as part of broader study in Irrigation.
Agronomy, Blight, Agriculture, Irrigation and Crop are his primary areas of study. His Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climate change and Horticulture. His work in the fields of Blight, such as Phytophthora infestans, intersects with other areas such as Cisgenesis, Potato virus Y and Seed treatment.
His Agriculture research integrates issues from Solanum tuberosum and Yield. The various areas that A.J. Haverkort examines in his Irrigation study include Agricultural engineering and Yield gap. His Crop study combines topics in areas such as Powdery scab and Sowing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Irrigation, Yield gap, Yield and Agriculture. His work on Phytophthora infestans as part of his general Agronomy study is frequently connected to Cisgenesis, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His research investigates the link between Irrigation and topics such as Crop that cross with problems in Photosynthesis.
A.J. Haverkort interconnects Integrated pest management, Evapotranspiration, Food security and Water-use efficiency in the investigation of issues within Yield. His study in Horticulture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cropping, Dry matter, Crop coefficient and Interception. His study brings together the fields of Cultivar and Climate change.
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Societal Costs of Late Blight in Potato and Prospects of Durable Resistance Through Cisgenic Modification
A.J. Haverkort;P.M. Boonekamp;R.C.B. Hutten;E. Jacobsen.
Potato Research (2008)
Applied Biotechnology to Combat Late Blight in Potato Caused by Phytophthora Infestans
A. J. Haverkort;P. C. Struik;R. G. F. Visser;E. Jacobsen.
Potato Research (2009)
Ecology of potato cropping systems in relation to latitude and altitude.
Agricultural Systems (1990)
Climate Change and Its Repercussions for the Potato Supply Chain
A. J. Haverkort;A. Verhagen.
Potato Research (2008)
Modelling development and growth of the potato crop influenced by temperature and daylength: LINTUL-POTATO.
P.L. Kooman;A.J. Haverkort.
Durable Late Blight Resistance in Potato Through Dynamic Varieties Obtained by Cisgenesis : Scientific and Societal Advances in the DuRPh Project
A. J. Haverkort;P. M. Boonekamp;R. Hutten;E. Jacobsen.
Potato Research (2016)
Potato ecology and modelling of crops under conditions limiting growth
A. J. Haverkort;D. K. L. MacKerron.
The effect of early drought stress on numbers of tubers and stolons of potato in controlled and field conditions
A. J. Haverkort;M. Van De Waart;K. B. A. Bodlaender.
Potato Research (1990)
Effects of climate on different potato genotypes. 2. Dry matter allocation and duration of the growth cycle.
P.L. Kooman;M. Fahem;P. Tegera;A.J. Haverkort.
European Journal of Agronomy (1996)
Relationships between ground cover, intercepted solar radiation, leaf area index and infrared reflectance of potato crops
A. J. Haverkort;D. Uenk;H. Veroude;M. Van De Waart.
Potato Research (1991)
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