Before the advent of modern antibiotics, microbial infections were treated with herbal medicine or cauterization. Literature from the latter half of the nineteenth to the early mid-twentieth century, when antibiotics became widely available, arguably holds the most progressive information about herbal remedies to treat bacterial skin diseases. The corpus of literature produced in Italy during that period is not easily accessible and mostly out of print.
Nasce una nuova visione del paesaggio: grazie ad una ricerca guidata da Sonia Vivona, del Cnr-Isafom di Rende (Cosenza)
Microclimate technologies and their use in evaluating trace-gas emissions from animal operations
Sala Cinese, Dipartimento di Agraria, Portici Tuesday January 21st 2020 - 10.30 am
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
A geospatial decision support system to assist olive growing at the landscape scale
Olive cultivation is a very important activity which performs several important ecological functions in many inland areas.
Recent progress in modelling and Decision Support Systems (DSS) applied to agriculture promises to deliver important positive changes. However, most of this progress regards agriculture systems other than olive growing, so failing to challenge the environmental dimension of the olive grove and the landscape, which is a key issue in the planning and management of olive cultivation.