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Ozone effects on strawberry


, : Ozone effects on strawberry. Erwerbsobstbau 39(3): 74-77

The effect of ozone (65 ppb) on the development of strawberry plantlets (cultivars Elsanta and Korona) was investigated in plant growth chambers. Ozone was applied to plants for 5 days/week from May to July. Fruit yield was not significantly affected by ozone, but the yield of high quality (I and Extra) fruits was reduced in Elsanta. In Elsanta, vegetative growth was slightly inhibited by ozone.

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