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Fruit tree Crop REsponses to Water deficit and decision support Systems applications

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Description of the Action

FruitCREWS Action addresses the challenges of climate change, particularly water scarcity and increased evapotranspiration in agriculture. Our focus is on fruit tree crops, which face significant risks due to these factors.

Our Action aims to understand how fruit tree crops respond to drought stress in different environments. We strive to identify effective tools for real-time monitoring of plant water status and enable growers to schedule irrigation accurately using new technologies.


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Latest Updates

In April 2024, Leonardo Conti traveled to Spain for a FruitCREWS Short-Term Scientific Mission (STSM) to learn how remote sensing technologies can help monitor crop water...
The FruitCREWS COST Action disseminated its 3rd press release, marking significant progress the objectives of the Action. The release centered around the successes of the 2nd...
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Within the FruitCREWS COST Action, three e-seminars will be organized to showcase the latest research results in the realm of plant sciences. The first e-seminar, titled...
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Join FruitCREWS Action at the Laboratory of Plant Ecology, Ghent University, for a Training School on plant sensors and modelling, happening May 27-29, 2024, in Ghent,...
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Second FruitCREWS Annual Meeting will be held from April 8th to 9th in Seville, Spain. FruitCREWS are organizing an engaging program that includes presentations from each Working Group, a...
Second FruitCREWS Workshop will be held on May 16th 2023 within the ISHS European Horticultural Congress in Bucharest. The topic of the workshop is Advantages and Constraints in the...