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Institute of Ecology and Conservation
Dpt. for Horticultural Plant Physiology and
Primary Production at the University of Vienna

Pharmaziezentrum, Althanstraße 14, 1090 Wien

The department for Horticultural Plant Physiology and Primary Production of the Institute of Ecology and Conservation focuses on the topics

  • Stress factors of crop plants from temperate and tropical climate zones

  • Physiological influences of soil composition

  • Physiological impacts of salt depositions

The current profile of research and lectures can be reviewed on the website of the institute at http://www.univie.ac.at/mosys/


Part view of glasshouses and garden area

Besides the garden area for temperate plants and summer cultures the glasshouses are home to plants for research and teaching in four climatic zones.

  • tropic

  • subtropic

  • mediterranean

  • cold

For maintaining the desired humidity in the compartments of the glasshouses Plantfog fogging aggregates with

  • 3 high pressure pumps

  • 4 control circuits

  • 120 fogging nozzles of various types

are employed.


Araukaria in the cold house with fogging system running

 

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