Effects of Carbon Dioxide Treatment and Modified Atmosphere Packaging on the Quality of Long Distance Transporting “Maehyang” Strawberry
Resistance of Botrytis cinerea from Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) to Fungicides in Michoacan Mexico
Potencialidades para el Fortalecimiento de Exportación de Fresa de Michoacán a Estados Unidos de América
In-house Method Validation and Occurrence of Alpha-, Beta-endosulfan, Endosulfan Sulphate, Lambda-cyhalothrin, Procymidone and Trifluralin Residues in Strawberry
Table of contents:
- General organic management practices
- Soil health
- Site selection
- Cover crops
- Variety selection
- Nutrient management
- Organic strawberry IPM
- Food safety
- Small-scale sprayer technology
- Pesticides mentioned in this publication
- References and resources
- Where do low tunnel strawberries fit into a farm operation?
- Getting started
- Managing the tunnels
- Tunnels or not?
- Production and economics
Fresh and frozen berries are popular foods. When berries are picked for fresh consumption, they are usually packed directly without washing because they are highly perishable. Fresh berries also are commonly included in fresh-cut fruit mixtures sold as a ready-to-eat product. Berries may be washed before freezing, but they are not usually blanched or heat-treated unless they will be used in preserves or other processed products. There is typically no “kill step” that would eliminate pathogens on fresh or frozen berries.
Xanthomonas fragariae Genetic Variability and Its Severity on Strawberry Genptypes (Fragaria x ananassa Duch)
Variabilidad Genética de Xanthomonas fragariae y Su Severidad en Genotipos de Fresa (Fragaria x ananassa Duch)