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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Strawberries: Organic Production (Summary)

Strawberries: Organic Production


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By Martin Guerena and Holly Born

Published 2007

Updated 2007

© NCAT

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28 pages


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Introduction

This publication provides an overview of organic strawberry production methods. It also covers integrated pest management and weed control techniques that can reduce pesticide use in strawberry production. Included are discussions of weeds, pests, diseases, greenhouse production, plasticulture, fertility, economics, and marketing. Lists are provided of further resources, both electronic and in print.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Planting Systems
Varieties
Fertility
Weed Control
Insect and Mite Control
Disease Control
Greenhouse Production
Harvest and Postharvest
Economics
Marketing
References
Further Resources
Appendix A: Sources of Thermal Weeders
Appendix B: Recommended Strawberry Varieties

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