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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVI, Issue 2
Written by Ailin MOLOŞAG, Violeta Alexandra ION, Dan POPESCU, Andrei MOŢ, Mihai FRÎNCU, Lavinia Mihaela ILIESCU, Adrian Constantin ASĂNICĂ, Liliana Aurelia BĂDULESCU, Oana Cristina PÂRVULESCU, Viorica LAGUNOVSCHI-LUCHIAN

There is a continuous interest in developing experimental technologies that can be further transferred to small producers or house fields with limited soil surface area. The aim of this study was to implement a hi-grow tabletop technology for strawberry in the USAMV of Bucharest experimental open field. This growing technology will allow experimentation with different fertilization treatments and strawberry cultivars as well as an evaluation of abiotic and biotic stress on plant growth. 'Albion’ variety used as the day-neutral strawberry cultivar bore fruit from June to the end of October. In the first year the plants developed well, despite various stress factors (heat, pests, diseases). This study will continue with the implementation of a shading system to protect the plants from direct solar radiation, reduce the temperature, and prevent the sunburn of the fruits.

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