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Introduction

Introduction

Warwick-HRI (formerly Horticulture Research International) provides mathematical models that give valuable support to decision makers in commercial horticulture. These models include predictors for risks of pest or disease attack, advice on nutrition requirements and help with predicting crop spacing and maturity.

Many of these models require meteorological data – current, historic and forecast- to make good predictions. MORPH provides a way of attaching any source of data to any model. It then runs the model to produce predictions in the form of graphs or tables.

MORPH has been used for several years by the industry.

For the latest list and versions of the software models and documentation for MORPH visit the MORPH website www.warwick.ac.uk/go/morph or contact Morph.Support@warwick.ac.uk

At the time of writing MORPH currently contains the following models:

Pest forecasts

Disease Forecasts

Nutrition

Scheduling

Spacing

Cabbage root fly

Alternaria

WELL_N

BROCCOLI

Carrot Spacing

Pollen Beetle

Ringspot

 

Winter Cauliflower

Red-Beet Spacing

Large Narcissus Fly

White Blister

     
Carrot Fly

BrassicaSpot

     
PESTMAN ADEM      
Codling moth Apple scab      
Tortrix moth Powdery Mildew      
Pear psyllid Nectria fruit rot      
Slug Fireblight