Strawberries (Fragaria ananassa)

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Golden apple snail

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Published at: plantwise.org

Exotic pest alert: strawberry spider mite

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Exotic Pest Alert: Strawberry spider mite April 2015 Primefact 1397 1st edition Plant Biosecurity...

Published at: dpi.nsw.gov.au

Powdery Mildew / Strawberry / Agriculture: Pest Management Guidelines

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Angular Leaf Spot / Strawberry / Agriculture: Pest Management Guidelines

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Red Stele / Strawberry / Agriculture: Pest Management Guidelines

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Leather Rot / Strawberry / Agriculture: Pest Management Guidelines

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Crop Protection

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Guide for the identification and monitoring of pests and their natural enemies in strawberry

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Otiorhynchus lavandusv9

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Otiorhynchus lavandus subsp . lavandus Background In August 2016, specimens of a weevil species belonging to the genus Otiorhynchus (Coleoptera: Cucurlionidae) collecte d from the site of a commercial soft fruit producer in England were sent to Fera Science Ltd. for confirmatory diagnosis. Large numbers of these weevils had been collected , together with O. sulcatus (Fabricius) (black vine weevil) , earlier in the summer in a crop of Rubus idaeus (raspberry) growing under protected cultivation, and foliar damage was observed. The unknown weevil did not...

Published at: planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

strawb

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What is it and where is it found? Strawberry black spot is an economically important disease of strawberries caused by the fungus Colletotrichum acutatum .The fungus can remain unobserved in strawberry plants until the crucial fruiting period. Then, if conditions are favourable for the disease, it develops rapidly resulting in substantial losses (up to 80% yield loss) both in the field and when the fruit reaches market. Thisfungus can also infect a wide range of other plants, both within and outside the UK, such as anemone, lupin, camellia and apple. The disease is found in nearly all...

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The Farm Water Quality Plan Plan components compiled by MARY BIANCHI, UC Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor, San Luis Obispo County; DANIEL MOUNTJOY, Area Resource Conservationist, USDA–NRCS; and ALISON JONES, Watershed Management Initiative Coordinator, Central Coast Regional Quality Control Board. Use these sections to formalize a Farm Water Quality Plan for your farm. This is the Farm Water Quality Plan for _____________________________________________ Prepared by: ____________________________________________________________________ Date: _________________ CONTENTS Section page...

Published at: anrcatalog.ucanr.edu

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Management Goals and Management Practices: Strawberries Nutrient Management Goals and Management Practices for Strawberries GIULIO FERRUZZI is Agronomist, USDA–NRCS, San Luis Obispo County. This fact sheet includes Management Goals and Management Practices for reduc- tion of nutrient pollution in strawberries. The following Management Goals and Management Practices are designed to serve as a guide for strawberry production with the goal of improving the management of nutrients and so reducing or eliminat- ing nutrient losses in surface runoff. For our purposes, we are defining a...

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pmgstrawberry espanol

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Contents Insectos y ara ña s Pulgones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Gusano soldado de la remolacha (betabel ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Gusano...

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pmgstrawberry

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An illustrated version of this guideline is available online at www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.strawberry.html Publication 3468 Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: STRAWBERRY June 2017 Contents (Dates in parenthesis indicate when each topic was updated) Strawberry Year -round IPM Program (Reviewed 5/10) ................................ ........................................................................................ iv General Information (Section reviewed 6/08...

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IN37100

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EENY-214 Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Insecta: Diptera: Tephritidae) 1 M. C. Thomas, J. B. Heppner, R. E. Woodruff, H. V. Weems, G. J. Steck, and T. R. Fasulo 2 1. This document is EENY-214 (originally published as DPI Entomology Circulars 4, 230 and 273, updated for this publication), one of a series of the Department of Entomology and Nematology Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date July 2001. Revised October 2007, June and September 2010, and October 2016. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu . This document is also...

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IN12000

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ENY-822 Natural Enemies and Biological Control 1 Hugh A. Smith and John L. Capinera 2 1. This document is ENY-822, one of a series of the Department of Entomology and Nematology, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date July 2000. Revised March 2011. Reviewed June 2017. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu . 2. Hugh A. Smith, assistant professor; and John L. Capinera, professor/department chairman, Department of Entomology and Nematology; UF/IFAS Extension Gainesville, FL 32611. The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is an Equal Opportunity...

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pests exoticwireworms

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Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management/Division of Agriculture Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey (CAPS) Click Beetle/Wireworms Agriotes lineatus and A. obscurus Native of Europe, Click Beetles were first introduced to Washington in 1997. The Click Beetle itself doesn’t pose a significant threat however, Wireworms, their larval stage, can wreak havoc on seeds, plant roots and underground plant parts. Click Beetles are not yet present in Rhode Island. Identifying Features: Adults are slender with elongated bodies usually black, brown or gray in color...

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Xanthomonas

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1 SMT PROJECT SMT-4-CT98-2252 DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOLS FOR ORGANISMS HARMFUL TO PLANTS DIAGNOSIS OF Xanthomonas fragariae PROTOCOL FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF QUARANTINE ORGANISM Identity Name: Xanthomonas fragariae Kennedy and King. Synonyms: Taxonomy: A member of the gamma subdivision of the Proteobacteria (Stackebrandt et al, 1988), phenon 3 according to Van der Mooter and Swings, (1990). Group 4 Gram-negative aerobic cocci, subgroup 4A (Holt et al, 1994). Quarantine status: EPPO A2 list, EU Annex II/A22 DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOLS FOR ORGANISMS HARMFUL TO...

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Compost for Sacramento Small Farms

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Compost for Sacramento Small Farms Bad drainage Better drainage Bad soil structure Good soil structure More fertilizers every year Less fertilizer plus compost NCAT NATIONAL CENTER FOR APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY Improve drainage and reduce fl ooding Improve soil health and nutrient supply Improve soil structure Compost can…Produced by NCAT (Parent organization to the ATTRA Project, www.attra.ncat.org) � www.ncat.org � 1-800-275-6228 (1-800-ASK-NCAT) Published March 2017 ©NCAT IP540 Slot 562 How to Add Compost to Your Farm 1. How much compost do I need? 5 to 10 tons per...

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Some Selected Resources on Commercial Greenhouse Hydroponic Production

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Some Selected Resources on Commercial Greenhouse Hydroponic Production Hydroponics comes from the Greek word “hydro” for water and “ponos” for labor, so is a production method where the plants are grown in water that is enriched with all essential plant nutrients and oxygen. Because of the higher initial investment and technical skills needed, it is advisable to research this method extensively before starting an operation. Talk to other growers, suppliers and researchers to learn as much as possible. Factsheets, Newsletter Articles: Bartok, J....

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Names

Fragaria ananassa in differrent languages.

Fragaria chiloensis var. ananassa
Fragaria chiloensis x Fragaria virginiana
Fragaria grandiflora
Fragaria magna
Fragaria vesca race ananassa
Fragaria x ananassa
Градинска ягода
စတော်ဘယ်ရီ
ໝາກຟະແລດ
Chāu-muòi
Zagrodna słynica
સ્ટ્રોબેરી
Ògardowô pòtrôwnica
Strawberry
Strobèri kebon
Chháu-m̂
草莓
ស្ត្របឺរី
بۆلجۈرگەن
Aedmaasikas
Полуниці садові
ब्यांपासि
Guard-eerdbei
딸기
ষ্ট্ৰবেৰী
Bağ çiyələyi
Јагода
فراولة
स्ट्रॉबेरी
செம்புற்று
Truskawka
Baratze-marrubi
Otehimin
Dārza zemene
Gartenerdbeere
Morango
Земляника ананасная
ಸ್ಟ್ರಾಬೆರಿ
Eper
Ելակ
Havejordbær
Fragaria ×ananassa
سٹرابیری
Braškė
Puutarhamansikka
স্ট্রবেরি
ᎠᏂ
Mstroberi
Dâu tây vườn
Jahodník velkoplodý
Jordgubbe
འབྲི་ཏ་ས་འཛིན།
士多啤梨
Jarðber
ഗാർഡൻ സ്ട്രോബെറി
Stroberi kebun
توت‌فرنگی
Fragaria ananassa
Φράουλα
Freize
چلیک
Тутфарангӣ
สตรอว์เบอร์รี
Straeberry
ਸਟਰਾਬਰੀ
Chhó-mòi
سرماق
Суніцы садовыя
Yvapytã
ციმუა
Maduixot
Fragaria × ananassa
तृणबदरफलम्
اسٽرا بيري
Zahrodna truskalca
イチゴ
Цэцэрлэгийн гүзээлзгэнэ
Hagejordbær
فراولة

Q&A

Description

The following description is from the Flora of China Editorial Committee (2016)

Impact

Erechtites hieraciifolius is a fast-growing, annual herb that is native to North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. It is recorded as an environmental and agricultural weed in areas both within and outside its native distribution. Mature plants can produce large amounts of wind-dispersed seed, facilitating the colonisation of new areas. It is adapted to grow in a wide range of disturbed anthropogenic habitats and can outcompete other species to form dense populations. It may also spread as a seed contaminant of crops. Currently, it is listed as invasive in Hong Kong, Hawaii, the Galapagos Islands, French Polynesia, Palau, US Minor Outlying Islands, New Zealand and Hungary. It is also considered a potential weed in Australia, where it is under quarantine.

Hosts

E. hieraciifolius has been listed as a weed of the following crops: oat (Avena sativa), barley (Hordeum vulgare), maize (Zea mays), strawberry (Fragaria ananassa), onion (Allium cepa), carrot (Daucus carota), cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon), blueberry (Vaccinium spp.) and sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum);it is also a weed of fodder crops (e.g. Medicago sativa) and of mixed pastures (Darbyshire et al., 2012).


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