Resources, Volume 9, Issue 10 (October 2020) – 9 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): In the perspective of the decarbonisation of the industrialized societies, an increasing use of renewable energy sources is required; in particular, among them, vegetal biomass resources by natural and managed agri-ecosystems play an increasing role for producing electricity and heat. In this context, the cardoon as low-input crops tolerant to drought and environmental/climate stresses is well adapted to be exploited as a bioenergy crop in the Mediterranean areas, especially through precision farming intensive approaches. In this context, the currently available proximal and remote sensing advanced techniques provide extensive and effective monitoring for maximisation of biomass yield and environmental impact minimisation. View this paper
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