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The results of an experiment on fruiting of 13 strawberry varieties in central Poland


, : The results of an experiment on fruiting of 13 strawberry varieties in central Poland. Prace Inst Sadownictwa Skierniewicach 7: 131-144

The experiment was arranged in the randomized-block method with 6 replications. The plants were set during the spring of 1955 in plots covering 63 m2 and containing 300 plants spaced in two rows 70 x 30 cm. The highest yield in the 5 years of fruiting was obtained from the variety Ydun. Others giving high yield: Cambridge Favourite, Macherauch's Frtfhernte, Huxley, Georg Soltwedel, Cambridge, Profusion and Regina. The poorest yielding were: Climax, Purpuratka, Ville de Paris and Laxton's Utility. The varieties Cambridge Favourite and Hansa had highest quality. Quality of Laxton's Utility, Purpuratka and Ydun was low. Moreover the Ydun variety gave the highest per cent of spoiled fruits. The largest berries were found in the Cambridge Favourite, Ville de Paris and Hansa varieties. The Macherauch's Frifhernte and Purpuratka varieties had small fruits. In the 5th year of fruiting all varieties gave a yield of poor quality. The Ydun, Macherauch's Frifhernte and Georg Soltwedel varieties produced a small number of runners. The highest amount of runners was found in the Laxton's Utility variety. The following diseases were found on the leaves of the strawberries: Mycosphaerella fragariae, Oidium fragariae and some virus diseases. Symptoms of June Yeilows were noticed on the Climax variety. Nematodes and the cyclamen mite Steneotarsonemus pallidus were also present.

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