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Growth and yield adaptability of selected varieties of strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) under BPSU abucay bataan condition, Philippines

By: Chester Allan T. Mainem, Rossel Q. Agustin, Gerald M. Duza

Key Words: Adaptability, Festival, Strawberry, Summer princess, Sweet charlie

J. Bio. Env. Sci. 18(2), 23-30, February 2021.

Certification: jbes 2021 0328 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

This study aims to evaluate the growth adaptability, yield performance and Pest infestation on three introduced strawberry varieties at Bataan namely; Sweet Charlie, Festival and Summer Princess. Evaluation test was based on the Plant height, Number of Runners, Days to flower, Number of fruit bears, Weight of fruit per pot, Computed Yield and Pest degree infestation. This was conducted at the Greenhouse Nursery of BPSU, Abucay Campus. In terms of growth adaptability, Sweet Charlie obtained the most prominent character followed by Festival variety and Summer Princess. On the yield performance, all varietal tested are comparable to each other, However, Summer princess revealed as least in growth adaptability, study shows that, summer princess yielded better than the two remaining varieties tested under greenhouse condition. Thus, summer princess variety is a more noticeable and promising variety that can tribe in Bataan condition. On Insect and Disease assessment, most prevalent insects found are Cutworm and Aphids while on diseases, Anthracnose fruit rot and Angular leaf spot were observed these are caused by fungi. Further studies may focus on the cultural management practices, field test to find out more promising cultivars that will thrive best to Bataan, Sensory evaluation is also recommended.

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Growth and yield adaptability of selected varieties of strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) under BPSU abucay bataan condition, Philippines

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Chester Allan T. Mainem, Rossel Q. Agustin, Gerald M. Duza.
Growth and yield adaptability of selected varieties of strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) under BPSU abucay bataan condition, Philippines.
J. Bio. Env. Sci. 18(2), 23-30, February 2021.
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