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The use of cold-stored growing bags, planted for summer culture


, : The use of cold-stored growing bags, planted for summer culture. Fruitteelt 6(3): 29

The results of 3 trials of summer strawberry culture in growing bags under glass are discussed. In the first trial, cooled waiting-bed plants were planted out in growing bags on 16 May 1990 and were compared with A+ plants, planted on 22 July 1989 in growing bags which were then cold-stored on 20 Dec. before housing. The waiting-bed plants gave the heavier yield.

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