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Recent Publications related to Specialty Crops

Soil compaction from heavy machinery.

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A poorly developed strawberry plant with dead outer leaves

Fumigant Injury

Fumigation related injury of strawberries is described with fumigant management and corrective measures provided.

Strawberry flower with brown/black center.

Frost Damage

Frost injury in strawberries is described and frost prevention strategies provided.

ripe strawberry fruit

Hail Damage

Hail damage in strawberries is described.

Normal strawberry leaves with black areas.

Wind Damage

Wind damage of strawberry is described.

Strawberry plant with many dead brown leaves

Winter Injury

Winter injury/cold injury is described and management provided for strawberry crops.

Two strawberries shown with a poorly shaped one on the right.

Poor Pollination

Poor pollination is described and management provided.