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Early mulched strawberries: Early mulching of winter-planted strawberries with clear polyethylene gives gross yield increases

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Victor Voth , University of California
R. S. Bringhurst, University of California

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California Agriculture 16(2):14-15.

Published February 01, 1962

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Abstract

The fruit yield and performance pattern of winter-planted strawberries in California depends largely on how much the plants grow during the winter months. If they grow considerably, more flower buds are initiated because of the short photoperiod, and the crowns develop sufficiently to support a sizable early crop.

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This report is from Research Project 1386.

Early mulched strawberries: Early mulching of winter-planted strawberries with clear polyethylene gives gross yield increases

Victor Voth, R. S. Bringhurst
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Early mulched strawberries: Early mulching of winter-planted strawberries with clear polyethylene gives gross yield increases

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Victor Voth , University of California
R. S. Bringhurst, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(2):14-15.

Published February 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The fruit yield and performance pattern of winter-planted strawberries in California depends largely on how much the plants grow during the winter months. If they grow considerably, more flower buds are initiated because of the short photoperiod, and the crowns develop sufficiently to support a sizable early crop.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This report is from Research Project 1386.


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