Tito Caffi
Tito Caffi
Researcher in Plant disease epidemiology, Universitŕ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
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A critical review of plant protection tools for reducing pesticide use on grapevine and new perspectives for the implementation of IPM in viticulture
I Pertot, T Caffi, V Rossi, L Mugnai, C Hoffmann, MS Grando, C Gary, ...
Crop Protection 97, 70-84, 2017
1492017
Addressing the implementation problem in agricultural decision support systems: the example of vite. net®
V Rossi, F Salinari, S Poni, T Caffi, T Bettati
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 100, 88-99, 2014
1122014
A mechanistic model simulating primary infections of downy mildew in grapevine
V Rossi, T Caffi, S Giosuč, R Bugiani
Ecological modelling 212 (3-4), 480-491, 2008
832008
Helping farmers face the increasing complexity of decision-making for crop protection
V Rossi, T Caffi, F Salinari
Phytopathologia Mediterranea, 457-479, 2012
782012
A mechanistic model simulating ascosporic infections by Erysiphe necator, the powdery mildew fungus of grapevine
T Caffi, V Rossi, SE Legler, R Bugiani
Plant Pathology 60 (3), 522-531, 2011
512011
Modelling plant diseases for decision making in crop protection
V Rossi, S Giosuč, T Caffi
Precision crop protection-the challenge and use of heterogeneity, 241-258, 2010
492010
Dynamics of ascospore maturation and discharge in Erysiphe necator, the causal agent of grape powdery mildew
V Rossi, T Caffi, SE Legler
Phytopathology 100 (12), 1321-1329, 2010
472010
Combining biocontrol agents with different mechanisms of action in a strategy to control Botrytis cinerea on grapevine
I Pertot, O Giovannini, M Benanchi, T Caffi, V Rossi, L Mugnai
Crop Protection 97, 85-93, 2017
462017
A mechanistic model of Botrytis cinerea on grapevines that includes weather, vine growth stage, and the main infection pathways
E González-Domínguez, T Caffi, N Ciliberti, V Rossi
PLoS One 10 (10), e0140444, 2015
442015
Evaluation of a warning system for controlling primary infections of grapevine downy mildew
T Caffi, V Rossi, R Bugiani
Plant disease 94 (6), 709-716, 2010
412010
A nonlinear model for temperature‐dependent development of Erysiphe necator chasmothecia on grapevine leaves
SE Legler, T Caffi, V Rossi
Plant Pathology 61 (1), 96-105, 2012
382012
Estimating the germination dynamics of Plasmopara viticola oospores using hydro‐thermal time
V Rossi, T Caffi, R Bugiani, F Spanna, DD Valle
Plant Pathology 57 (2), 216-226, 2008
352008
A model predicting primary infections of Plasmopara viticola in different grapevine-growing areas of Italy
T Caffi, V Rossi, R Bugiani, F Spanna, L Flamini, A Cossu, C Nigro
Journal of Plant Pathology, 535-548, 2009
332009
Modelling the dynamics of infections caused by sexual and asexual spores during Plasmopara viticola epidemics
V Rossi, S Giosuč, T Caffi
Journal of Plant Pathology, 615-627, 2009
322009
Evaluation of a warning system for early-season control of grapevine powdery mildew
T Caffi, SE Legler, V Rossi, R Bugiani
Plant disease 96 (1), 104-110, 2012
302012
The role of rain in dispersal of the primary inoculum of Plasmopara viticola
V Rossi, T Caffi
Phytopathology 102 (2), 158-165, 2012
292012
Combining sanitation and disease modelling for control of grapevine powdery mildew
T Caffi, SE Legler, R Bugiani, V Rossi
European Journal of Plant Pathology 135 (4), 817-829, 2013
282013
Contribution of molecular studies to botanical epidemiology and disease modelling: grapevine downy mildew as a case-study
V Rossi, T Caffi, D Gobbin
European journal of plant pathology 135 (4), 641-654, 2013
282013
Effect of water on germination of Plasmopara viticola oospores
V Rossi, T Caffi
Plant pathology 56 (6), 957-966, 2007
282007
No indication of strict host associations in a widespread mycoparasite: grapevine powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator) is attacked by phylogenetically distant Ampelomyces strains …
A Pintye, Z Bereczky, GM Kovács, LG Nagy, X Xu, SE Legler, Z Váczy, ...
Phytopathology 102 (7), 707-716, 2012
272012
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