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Strawberry plants


More to come in future updates. Meanwhile, check out the links below for further information.

Links

The following links have been provided for general information. The particulars of growing these crops successfully will vary depending on your location and other circumstances, especially with respect to pests and diseases and their treatment. If in doubt, check with local authorities for current information on permissable pesticides, and always follow directions on the label of any products you may purchase. (see also Pests and Diseases).

Growing strawberries: Common questions Queensland Primary Industries
Strawberry land and climate requirements (Advice for commercial growers) Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation
Strawberries The Pollination Program, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, Australia
Strawberries in the home garden North Carolina State University
Growing Strawberries in Home Gardens Cornell University Cooperative Extension (PDF)
Growing Day-Neutral Strawberries in Home Gardens Cornell University Cooperative Extension (PDF)
Insect Pollination Of Cultivated Crop Plants (Strawberries in Chapter 7) A handbook available online at Agricultural Research Service, USA website (PDF).
Pests and diseases of strawberries Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation
Insect Pollination Of Cultivated Crop Plants A handbook available online at Agricultural Research Service, USA website (PDF). Strawberries in Chapter 7
Effect of biostimulants on fruiting of strawberry Reproduction of a 1988 article, Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society (PDF)
Potentilla and Fragaria (Rosaceae) reunited Scientific article about the nomenclature of cultivated strawberries and their relatives.Telopea (Journal of plant systematics)(PDF)
Red-shouldered leaf beetle in lychees and longans (Monolepta australis) Qld Dept of Primary Industries
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