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The production of out-of-season strawberries in a hydroponics system






Acta Horticulturae ( 240): 233-236

The production of out-of-season strawberries in a hydroponics system

Pre-chilled and unchilled runners of the cultivar Redgauntlet were grown hydroponically to examine the potential for out-of-season production. They were planted on 16 Apr. and harvested between 10 June and 4 Sep.


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