Issue 1 - Jan.-Mar.- 2018 Article Count: 11
Dear colleagues, the journal Centro Agrícola begins 2018 in volume 45. Interesting results on the efficacy of six fungicides in the control of Mycosphaerella citri, the morphophysiological and productive indicators of the pepper, and the evaluation of Sugar Cane genotypes in different environments are exposed in it. Subjects as diverse as the biological response of Azospirillum spp. to stress, the report of Procontarinia mangiferae on mango in Cuba, the effect of flours of Gossypium hirsutum and Ricinus comunis on Brassica oleracea, the effectiveness of FitoMas-E in chickpea, the combined application of chemical fertilizer and earthworm humus in Capsicum annuum, as well as the alternation of crops and their effect on the soil, can also be found in this issue. As something new to highlight, a review of the potential of medicinal plants in the control of spontaneous species is suggested. The content of this issue closes a brief communication evaluating cucumber hybrids in crop houses.
Issue 2 - Apr.-Jun. - 2018 Article Count: 12
Interesting results on the actinomycetes as a biological alternative against the wilt of the postures in common bean, the effect of Enerplant® on the yield and quality of the onion, and the interaction genotype environment of four tomato varieties appear in the second issue of 2018 of Centro Agrícola.Subjects as varied as the production of coffee postures with the application of efficient microorganisms, the phenological and productive characteristics of five soybean cultivars, the agronomic response of the pepper to the application of Quitomax, the evaluation of the resistance to brown rust of the sugarcane, and control of Rhizoctonia solani in common beans with rhizobacteria, can be found in this issue as well. As something new to highlight are the accumulation of fresh biomass and dry matter per plant in the intercropped cowpea - sorghum and the treatment and use of effluents from biogas installations such as organic fertilizers, articles that close the content of this number.
Issue 3 - Jul-Sep- 2018 Article Count: 14
Interesting results that show the effectiveness of Beauveria bassiana on Rhipicephalus microplus, the characterization of Phytophthora and the response of cucumber to the application of QuitoMax, appear in the third issue of 2018. Topics as varied as a new substrate for the acclimatization of vitroplants of sugar cane, the biomass of Bambusa vulgaris as an alternative for the recovery of degraded soils, the selection of genotypes of sugarcane in areas with environmental stress, the effect of different biostimulants in the yield of the common bean, and the endophytic microorganisms associated with Theobroma cacao, can also be found in this issue. Two new contents to highlight are the rescue of the historic herbarium of the Agrarian University of Havana and the catalog of medicinal plants in the collections of Villa Clara, brief communications that close the contents of this issue.