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Title Strawberry Deficiency Symptoms A Visual and Plant Analysis Guide to Fertilization
Author Albert Ulrich
Publisher UCANR Publications
Release 1992-07-01
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 60
ISBN 1931876371
Language English, Spanish, and French
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130 color plates illustrate common nutrient deficiency symptoms including yellowing, stunted greening, leaf scorch, tip burn and yellowing with green veining. Includes recommendations for corrective measures. Also includes in depth discussion of albinism, plant analysis approaches to determine fertilizer needs, and how to interpret nitrate values.

Strawberry Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms by Frank Devin Johanson

Title Strawberry Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms
Author Frank Devin Johanson
Publisher
Release 1965
Category Deficiency diseases in plants
Total Pages 21
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Integrated Pest Management for Strawberries
Author Larry L. Strand
Publisher UCANR Publications
Release 2008
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1601074891
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This manual is the ultimate guide to pest management for strawberries. Whether you’re a commercial grower or a home gardener, this manual is for you. Using this manual you’ll learn how to prevent and diagnose causes of damage; identify pests and key natural enemies; establish an IPM program for your field; manage problems related to irrigation, nutrition, and the growing environment; and determine when direct control actions are necessary. This revised manual also includes chapters on strawberry transplant production and managing pests in home garden strawberries.

Strawberries 2nd Edition by James F. Hancock

Title Strawberries 2nd Edition
Author James F. Hancock
Publisher CABI
Release 2020-09-21
Category Science
Total Pages 287
ISBN 1789242274
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This new and updated edition of a popular text provides a broad, balanced review of the scientific knowledge of strawberries and their cultivation. The worldwide strawberry industry has grown substantially since the original book was published, and methods of culture have undergone extensive modifications. This volume incorporates important changes to the taxonomy of strawberries and new understanding of how its ancestors evolved. It includes coverage of new disease and pest control methods and recent developments in genomic information. These advancements have greatly improved our understanding of how flowering and fruiting is regulated, and will revolutionize the breeding of strawberries.

Strawberries by R M Sharma

Title Strawberries
Author R M Sharma
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2019-07-25
Category Science
Total Pages 548
ISBN 0429601921
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book provides unparalleled integration of fundamentals and most advanced management to make this strawberry crop highly remunerative besides enhancing per capita availability of fruit even in the non-traditional regions of the world.

Strawberry by Toshiki Asao

Title Strawberry
Author Toshiki Asao
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release 2019-10-02
Category Gardening
Total Pages 156
ISBN 1839622539
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book mainly deals with pre- and postharvest management practices of the strawberry to ensure that high-quality fruits are delivered to the consumer. The influence of climatic variables, cultural practices, harvesting techniques, and use of chemicals and other natural compounds on fruit quality are discussed. Factors affecting fruit growth and development and processes regarding maturation and biochemical changes during fruit ripening are also presented in one of the chapters of this book. Some chapters provide information regarding harvesting, storing, packaging, transporting, and also selling that affect strawberry quality greatly. Enhancement of yield and antioxidant contents in the strawberry by various natural products, including chitosan and probiotic bacterial, are also included in this book. The final chapter states that antioxidants present in strawberry fruit play a dietary role in alleviating oxidative stress in experimental liver models. This book focuses on the postharvest quality management of the strawberry and provides a useful resource to educationists, traders, and commercial strawberry growers.

Title Agriculture Handbook
Author
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Release 1987
Category Agriculture
Total Pages 277
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hydroponic Solutions by Douglas Peckenpaugh

Title Hydroponic Solutions
Author Douglas Peckenpaugh
Publisher New Moon Publishing, Inc.
Release 2004-04
Category Greenhouse gardening
Total Pages 121
ISBN 9780944557044
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Questions and answers about hydroponic gardening.

Title Organic Strawberry Production Manual
Author Steven T. Koike
Publisher UCANR Publications
Release 2012
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 148
ISBN 1601077505
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Strawberries are among the most important fruit crops in California—with organic production on the rise. Organic strawberry sales in California have grown from $2 million in 1997 to over $55 million in 2009. Grow your own delicious organic strawberries this year with the help of this detailed how-to guide. This useful manual, complete with detailed information on production, disease and pest management, postharvest handling, marketing, and the organic certification process, will help you feel ready and empowered to take on the challenges of organic growing. This manual is perfect for growers, pest control advisors, consultants, marketers, industry professionals, and others interested in the organic growing and certification process. Find useful tips on selecting plant varieties, managing crops, identifying and managing pests and diseases, making the switch from conventional to organic growing, pursuing organic certification, and much more. With more than 100 vibrant photos, 35 informative illustrations and tables, and input from more than 20 University of California researchers and industry experts, this guide is a must-have for all individuals interested or involved in the organic strawberry industry.

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