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  1. 1985-08-01 I was asked in 1981 for help in evaluating the potential for strawberries as a cash crop in the Dominican Republic. The bulk of the following was written at that time after several phone calls. Several scientists and one grower were contacted by telephone and asked about the potential of...
  2. How to prevent Root and Crown Rot of Strawberry Avoid stress: Take runner tips at the right stage to avoid stress and make plants less susceptible Avoid extreme temperatures and water levels in rootzone Avoid overhead irrigation, since it seems to increase disease development Provide balanced...
  3. Abstract, International Journal of Economic Plants, 2019 The crown rot disease was recorded for the first time on strawberry Field from Hill Millet Research Station, Waghai, Gujarat state of India during 2017-2018. The diseased plants showed drying from the edge of the leaves. Dark lesion appears...
  4. The strawberry is a delectable fruit, highly prized by almost everyone. This book continues the effort to try to find ways to make it easier to grow in volume and make a good profit for the growers.
  5. This book was written to honor the founders of the Institute, and with the hope that it will be enjoyed not only by them but also by everyone who has ever sat down to the season's first fresh strawberries and found them delightful. The garden strawberry of today is traceable only to the...
  6. 1981-12-19 I was asked by the Institute for International Development, Inc. to look into this possibility. Many conversations later, I find that at least one venture failed in Costa Rica and that at least two are successful in Haiti. At elevations over 3,000 feet in Haiti, strawberries seem to be a definite...