Conventional Treatment of Strawberry Infections

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Conventional Treatment of Strawberry Infections: Summary

This .PDF file provides a table of the common pathogens strawberry growers often encounter and which fungicides and conventional treatments are effective in the elimination of infection.  The information contained within this resource deals specifically with following pathogens and the treatments thereof:  Anthracnose, Phytophthora, gray mold, angular leaf spot, powdery mildew, leaf spot, leaf scorch, leaf blight, leaf blotch, and nematode infections.

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2 thoughts on “Conventional Treatment of Strawberry Infections

    • Bettye Clark,
      Fall is the best time to plant strawberries. Planting in September allows you to harvest a full crop the following spring. Good luck!

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