in [Wahington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||by George M. Darrow ...|
|Series||Botanical contribution from the Johns Hopkins university,, no. 93|
|LC Classifications||SB385 .D33 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 307-325,  p.|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||31008927|
Description This book provides a broad, well-structured review of strawberries and their cultivation under current environmental conditions. Methods of strawberry cultivation have undergone many improvements, and this book covers aspects from plant propagation, architecture, genetic resources, breeding, abiotic stresses and climate change to evolving diseases and their control. In strawberry, the balance between flowering and vegetative development, including the production of stolons (elongated stems carrying the daughter plants), conditions the yield of the plant. This book provides a broad, well-structured review of strawberries and their cultivation under current environmental conditions. Methods of strawberry cultivation have undergone many improvements, and this book covers aspects from plant propagation, architecture, genetic resources, breeding, abiotic stresses and climate change to evolving diseases and their by: 7. The present study describes the morpho-functional processes of flower development in cultivated strawberry (F.× ananassa) and reveals which steps are susceptible to damage from chilling at 2 °C. It identifies a close relationship between flower developmental stages and the size of the flower bud as it develops over ∼18 days.
normal growth and development. They generally function as catalysts for chemical reactions in Tissue tests indicate that P levels in strawberry plants can be sufficient during most of the Research studies indicate that the most recent mature leaf (trifoliate) is the best. Although studies for strawberry have been done by NASA and MELISSA in their life-support experiments (Gros et al., , Wheeler and Sager, ), strawberry cultivation as a life support system research is still in its infancy with little experimental results. Compared with other food crops, the horticultural operation and daily management of. The subsequent growth of rooted strawberry runner plants was significantly affected by light intensity after being rooted for 6 days under 90 μmol m −2 s −1. It was observed that the runner plants grown under and μmol m −2 s −1 were more compact than those under 90 and μmol m −2 s −1. The strawberry seed, as with all seeds, contains the genetic material necessary for the continuation of the plant species (see the Strawberry Seeds page for more details). Upon sprouting, the roots are sent downward into the soil, and the transformation of nutrients into plant matter proceeds as the life cycle of the plant is perpetuated by resources obtained from the plants surroundings.
"Cytological Studies of Diploid and Polyploid Forms in Raspberries". Journal of Agricultural Research. (March 8, ): Darrow, George M. "Sterility and Fertility in the Strawberry". Journal of Agricultural Research. (March 1, ): Darrow, George M. "Experimental Studies on the Growth and Development of Strawberry. Film greenhouse claddings are typically used to protect horticultural crops from low temperature and high rainfall conditions. However, a range of novel plastic films have been developed which filter specific radiation wavelengths with the aim of providing the grower with greater control of crop growth and development. A replicated experiment was conducted in 8 small experimental greenhouses. Increased growth response of strawberry roots to a commercial extract extracts can directly stimulate root growth. Studies by Spenelli et al. () and El-Miniawy et al. the experimental plot and strawberry plants (including the foliage) at a rate of 10 L ha−1. Equivalent volumes of water. The growth, yield characteristics and nutritional requirements of strawberry cv. 'Redgauntlet' grown in a deep flow technique (DFT) hydroponic system for 60 days were assessed. There were no tank effects on the growth and yield of strawberries, and truss development in summer was not influenced by the 60 day growing period.