The University of Arizona

Publications - 2005

UA Growth Chambers Visit Mars, Southpole. AZ Daily Wildcat.

Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC)‘Program of High Technology Agriculture in the Desert Southwest U.S.’ 

Kania, Stephen. Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Solar Radiation Availability for Plant Growth in Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Systems.

Arizona Right for Hydroponic Tomato. The Business Journal.

Rep. Jim Kolbe Visits Controlled Environment Agriculture Center. Bio5.

In The Trenches. The Business Journal.

Jensen, Merle. 2005. Bright Future in High Light - Greenhouse Vegetable Production in the Sonoran Desert.

Jensen, Merle. 2005. Deep Flow Hydroponics - Past, Present And Future.

Rodríguez, Efrén. Giacomelli, Gene. Kubota, Chieri. Pagliarulo, Chris. 2005. Asynchronous Education in Controlled Environment Agriculture.

Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Engineering Aspect of Innovative Growing Systems.

Giacomelli. Gene. 2005. Controlled Environment Systems For Reducing Crop Stress and Improving Crop Production.

Nelkin, Jennifer. 2005. FRESHIES AT THE POLE-Hydroponics in Antarctica. 

Costa, Paula. Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Agricultura Protegida: Productividad Basada en el Nivel Tecnologico. ABC de la Produccion de Invernadero.

Half of Federal Farm Subsidies go to 22 of 435 Congressional Districts. Arizona Daily Star.

Hayden, Anita. Giacomelli, Gene. Brigham, Lindy. 2005. Aeroponic Cultivation of Ginger (Zingiber Officinale) Rhizomes.

High-Stakes Tomato Grows Near Wilcox. The Arizona Republic.

 Wu*, Min. Buck, Johann. Kubota, Chieri. 2005. Effects of nutrient solution EC, plant microclimate and cultivars on fruit quality and yield of hydroponic tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum).

Javanmardi, Jamal. Kubota, Chieri. Jones, Hope. 2005. Gradual Changes in Anti-Oxidant Activity of Cluster Tomato During Postharvest Storage at Different Temperatures.

Agricultura Protegida: Productividad Basada en el Nivel Tecnologico. ABC de la Produccion en Invernadero.

Developing and Integrating Components for Commercial Greenhouse Production Systems.Multistate Research Project Annual Station Publications Report.

North American Greenhouse Tomatoes Emerge As A Major Market Force. Amber Waves.

Costa, Paula. Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Ensuring success- Protected Horticulture: Productivity Based on Levels of Technology. The ABCs of Greenhouse Production.

Rorabaugh, Patricia. 2005. From Seed to Harvest: Cultural Practices of Tomato Production On Rockwool With Drip Irrigatiion.

 

Suárez, Armando. Giacomelli, Gene. Jensen, Merle. Schuch, Ursula.  Kania, Stephen. 2005. Environmental and Plant Growth Experiences in a Retractable Roof Greenhouse Under Semi-Arid Conditions.

A.L. Hayden. Aeroponics: An Alternative Production System for High-Value Root Crops.

 

 

Costa, Paula. Giacomelli, Gene. 2005. Greenhouse Tomato Production with High Saline Nutrient Solution Simulating a Re-circulating Irrigation System without Environmental Discharge.

UA Students Press for Home-Grown Fruit on Campus. Tucson Citizen.

UA, Tempe Company Bring Veggies to South Pole. The Arizona Republic.

USDA Tomatoes Change the Dynamics of the North American Fresh Tomato Industry. Electronic Report from the Economic Research Service.