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Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar

Detta är en introduktionskurs till högre studier i hortikultur. Här får du en inblick i den globala omfattningen och vilken roll hortikulturen spelar i världen.



Upplägget är att varje vecka har 1-2 teman. Oftast inleds veckan med en kortare föreläsning/work shop som introduktion till någon form av projektarbete som redovisas muntligt eller skriftligt i slutet på veckan. Kursen tar upp alla delar i kedjan från växtförädling och uppförökning av växtmaterial via växtskydd, växtanvändning och växtfysiologi till handel och produktkvalitet. Fokus är på hållbara system och hur hortikulturen kan bidra till uppfyllelse av FNs globala miljömål.

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Andra kursvärderingar för BI1309

Läsåret 2022/2023

Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar (BI1309-10134)

2022-08-29 - 2022-10-31

Läsåret 2021/2022

Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar (BI1309-10140)

2021-08-30 - 2021-11-01

Läsåret 2020/2021

Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar (BI1309-10154)

2020-08-31 - 2020-11-01

Läsåret 2019/2020

Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar (BI1309-10079)

2019-09-02 - 2019-10-31

Läsåret 2018/2019

Hortikulturella system och framtida utmaningar (BI1309-10018)

2018-09-03 - 2018-11-05

Kursplan och övrig information

Litteraturlista

Preliminary Literature list

Horticultural Systems and Future Challenges, BI1309

2023

General book for the course:

** Science and the Garden: The Scientific Basis of Horticultural Practice**

** Ingram,Vince-Prue & Gregory, 392 pages, 3rd edition. 2015.**

** Wiley-Blackwell**

** ISBN: 9781118778432**

Week 1 (BT)

Harvesting the Sun PDF
(ISHS Scripta Horticulturae 14 www.harvestingthesun.org )

Horticultural Production Systems - CABI.org Chapter 3. PDF.

https://www.cabi.org/Uploads/CABI/OpenResources/45414/Chapter%203.pdf

Week 2 (BT)

Bommarco, R., Kleijn, D. & Potts, S.G. Ecological intensification: harnessing ecosystem services for food security. 2013. Trends in ecology and evolution. 28:4, 230-238.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016953471200273X

Wilson, M.H. & Lovell, S.T. 2016. Agroforestry—The Next Step in Sustainable and Resilient Agriculture. Sustainability. 8:6. 574. 15pp.

http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/8/6/574/htm

Week 3 (VF)

Ladaniya M.S.. 2015. Climate Change Effects on Fruit Quality and Post-harvest Management Practices. In Climate Dynamics in Horticultural Science. Vol. 1, Principles and Applications. Apple Academic Press, Inc.,

Read primarily the chapter by Ladaniya, but other chapters in this book can also be relevant for the Fact sheets.

The book is available as a pdf through Researchgate: Use Google Scholar and search for “CLIMATE DYNAMICS IN HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE” and you will find the individual chapters, leading to the book.

Bisbis M.B., Gruda N., Blanke M. 2018. Potential impacts of climate change on vegetable production and product quality A review. Journal of Cleaner Production 170, 1602-1620,.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0963996909003305

Chen S., Chen X., Xu J. 2016. Impacts of climate change on agriculture: Evidence from China. J. Environ. Econ. Management, 76, 105–124.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0095069615000066

Albrech C. 2011. Invasive Species and Climate Change in California. California Department of Food and Agriculture. Forum on Extreme Climate Risks and California's Future Agriculture and The Food System.

https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/State_Board/pdfs/Courtney_Albrecht.pdf

California’s most significant droughts: Comparing historical and recent conditions. State of California. California Department of Water Resources, 2015.

https://www.water.ca.gov/LegacyFiles/waterconditions/docs/California_Signficant_Droughts_2015_small.pdf

Read “Executive Summary”(page 0)+ chapter 1 (pages 1-3, left +figure p. 4 + p.5 from Defining drought + p.6) + chapter 2 (p.23-26, 31-33)

Wildfire is coming. Are you ready to go. Wildfire evacuation guide. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), 2018.

http://www.readyforwildfire.org/docs/files/File/calfire_go_brochure_LINOweb.pdf

Read this synoptically (översiktligt).

Top 20 Most Destructive California Wildfires. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), 2018.

http://www.fire.ca.gov/communications/downloads/fact_sheets/Top20_Destruction.pdf

Read this synoptically to get a view of extent and causes.

CNN, 2018-06-26. At least 10,500 acres burned by wildfires in Northern California. https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/25/us/pawnee-fire-california/index.html

Read this synoptically.

Week 4 (VF)

Korhonen J., Honkasalo A., Seppälä J. 2018. Circular Economy: The Concept and its Limitations. Ecological Economics 143, 37–46.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800916300325

Hetemäki L., et al. 2017. Introduction: The need for a circular bioeconomy. In ‘Leading the way to a European circular bioeconomy strategy. From Science to Policy 5.’ European Forest Institute.

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/b35f/31e1a085a06380fcae3e196fa14ea071eeb0.pdf

Read page 10-16 (general introduction to bioeconomy).

Lin C.S.K. et al. 2013. Food waste as a valuable resource for the production of chemicals, materials and fuels. Current situation and global perspective. Energy Environ. Sci., 6, 426-464.

http://pubs.rsc.org/-/content/articlehtml/2013/ee/c2ee23440h

Imbert E. 2017. Food waste valorization options: opportunities from the bioeconomy. Open Agriculture. 2: 195–204.

https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/opag.2017.2.issue-1/opag-2017-0020/opag-2017-0020.xml

D’Hondt K., Jiménez-Sánchez G., Philp J. 2015. Reconciling Food and Industrial Needs for an Asian Bioeconomy: The Enabling Power of Genomics and Biotechnology. Asian Biotechnology and Development Review, 17, 2, 85-130.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jim_Philp/publication/282132995_Reconciling_Food_and_Industrial_Needs_for_an_Asian_Bioeconomy_The_Enabling_Power_of_Genomics_and_Biotechnology/links/560428ef08aea25fce30b9db.pdf

Hartikainen, H. 2017. Food losses and waste in primary production: Case studies on carrots, onions, peas, cereals and farmed fish. Copenhagen: Nordisk Ministerråd.

http://norden.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1076202/FULLTEXT01.pdf

*Read page 13-68 *synoptically (which are the biggest causes for the losses?).

  • The Value of Native Plants and Local Production in an Era of Global Agriculture, Shelef et al. 2017
  • International New Crop Development Incentives, Barriers, Processes and Progress: An Australian Perspective, Fletcher et al. 2002
  • Conventional Banana and plantain breeding, Ortiz 2013
  • Diversifying food systems in the pursuit of sustainable food production and healthy diets, Dwivedi et al. 2017
  • Diversifying the intensive cereal cropping systems of the indo-ganges through horticulture, Jat et al. 2006
  • From crossbreeding to biotechnology-facilitated improvement of banana and plantain, Ortiz and Swennen 2014
  • Pros and Cons of Japanese Quince (Chaenomeles japonica) – an Underutilized Pome Fruit, Rumpunen et al. 2011

**Week 5-10 **To be decided later

Kursfakta

Kursen ges som en fristående kurs: Ja Kursen ges som en programkurs: Horticultural Science - Master's Programme Kursavgift: Studieavgift, endast för medborgare utanför EU, EES, och Schweiz: 38060 SEK Nivå: Avancerad nivå (A1N)
Ämne: Biologi Trädgårdsvetenskap
Kurskod: BI1309 Anmälningskod: SLU-10161 Plats: Alnarp Distanskurs: Nej Undervisningsspråk: Engelska Ansvarig institution: Institutionen för Biosystem och teknologi Studietakt: 100%