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Effects of sulfur on tufts strawberry

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N. C. Welch, Monterey County
A. Greathead, Monterey County

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California Agriculture 29(5):3-3.

Published May 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Undesirable seediness in strawberry fruit of the Tufts variety has been observed under various growing conditions throughout the fruiting season. This periodic occurrence of seediness has limited the acceptance of this new variety. The seedy appearance was thought to be caused by adverse climatic conditions, heat, powdery mildew, growing methods, or chemical phytotoxicity.

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Dr. Royce Bringhurst and Larry Fulton furnished land and guidance in: the study.

Effects of sulfur on tufts strawberry

N. C. Welch, A. Greathead
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Effects of sulfur on tufts strawberry

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Authors

N. C. Welch, Monterey County
A. Greathead, Monterey County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(5):3-3.

Published May 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Undesirable seediness in strawberry fruit of the Tufts variety has been observed under various growing conditions throughout the fruiting season. This periodic occurrence of seediness has limited the acceptance of this new variety. The seedy appearance was thought to be caused by adverse climatic conditions, heat, powdery mildew, growing methods, or chemical phytotoxicity.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Dr. Royce Bringhurst and Larry Fulton furnished land and guidance in: the study.


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