Luca Incrocci
Luca Incrocci
Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment, University of Pisa
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Mediterranean greenhouse technology
A Pardossi, F Tognoni, L Incrocci
Chronica horticulturae 44 (2), 28-34, 2004
Root zone sensors for irrigation management in intensive agriculture
A Pardossi, L Incrocci, G Incrocci, F Malorgio, P Battista, L Bacci, B Rapi, ...
Sensors 9 (4), 2809-2835, 2009
Colour changes of fresh-cut leafy vegetables during storage
A Ferrante, L Incrocci, R Maggini, G Serra, F Tognoni
J. Food Agric. Environ 2 (3&4), 40-44, 2004
Strategies to decrease water drainage and nitrate emission from soilless cultures of greenhouse tomato
D Massa, L Incrocci, R Maggini, G Carmassi, CA Campiotti, A Pardossi
Agricultural Water Management 97 (7), 971-980, 2010
The influence of drip irrigation or subirrigation on tomato grown in closed-loop substrate culture with saline water
L Incrocci, F Malorgio, A Della Bartola, A Pardossi
Scientia horticulturae 107 (4), 365-372, 2006
Modeling salinity build-up in recirculating nutrient solution culture
G Carmassi, L Incrocci, R Maggini, F Malorgio, F Tognoni, A Pardossi
Journal of plant nutrition 28 (3), 431-445, 2005
New trends in the fertigation management of irrigated vegetable crops
L Incrocci, D Massa, A Pardossi
Horticulturae 3 (2), 37, 2017
Simulation of crop water and mineral relations in greenhouse soilless culture
D Massa, L Incrocci, R Maggini, C Bibbiani, G Carmassi, F Malorgio, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (6), 711-722, 2011
An aggregated model for water requirements of greenhouse tomato grown in closed rockwool culture with saline water
G Carmassi, L Incrocci, R Maggini, F Malorgio, F Tognoni, A Pardossi
Agricultural water management 88 (1-3), 73-82, 2007
A comparison between two methods to control nutrient delivery to greenhouse melons grown in recirculating nutrient solution culture
A Pardossi, F Malorgio, L Incrocci, CA Campiotti, F Tognoni
Scientia Horticulturae 92 (2), 89-95, 2002
Fertigation and substrate management in closed soilless culture
A Pardossi, G Carmassi, C Diara, L Incrocci, R Maggini, D Massa
Pisa: University of Pisa, 2011
Irrigation management of European greenhouse vegetable crops
L Incrocci, RB Thompson, MD Fernandez-Fernandez, S De Pascale, ...
Agricultural Water Management 242, 106393, 2020
Traditional and new approaches to irrigation scheduling in vegetable crops
A Pardossi, L Incrocci
HortTechnology 21 (3), 309-313, 2011
Simplified models for the water relations of soilless cultures: what they do or suggest for sustainable water use in intensive horticulture
L Incrocci, G Carmassi, R Maggini, D Massa, F Tognoni, A Pardossi, ...
III International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth, Environmental …, 2006
Reducing contamination of water bodies from European vegetable production systems
RB Thompson, L Incrocci, J van Ruijven, D Massa
Agricultural Water Management 240, 106258, 2020
Evaluation of chemical composition of two linseed varieties as sources of health-beneficial substances
S Tavarini, A Castagna, G Conte, L Foschi, C Sanmartin, L Incrocci, ...
Molecules 24 (20), 3729, 2019
Sensors and wireless sensor networks for irrigation management under deficit conditions (FLOW-AID)
J Balendonck, J Hemming, BAJ Van Tuijl, L Incrocci, A Pardossi, ...
Substrate water status and evapotranspiration irrigation scheduling in heterogenous container nursery crops
L Incrocci, P Marzialetti, G Incrocci, A Di Vita, J Balendonck, C Bibbiani, ...
Agricultural Water Management 131, 30-40, 2014
Empirical models of macronutrient uptake in melon plants grown in recirculating nutrient solution culture
A Pardossi, F Falossi, F Malorgio, L Incrocci, G Bellocchi
Journal of plant nutrition 27 (7), 1261-1280, 2005
Hydroponic technologies for greenhouse crops
A Pardossi, F Malorgio, L Incrocci, F Tognoni
‘’Crops: Quality, Growth and Biotechnology’’, 360-378, 2005
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