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Glyphosate injury is described.
This factsheet discusses the symptoms and treatment of catfacing, an abiotic disorder in strawberries that causes misshaped fruit.
Gramoxone herbicide injury is described.
Terbacil herbicide injury is described.
Flumioxazin herbicide injury is described.
Winter injury/cold injury is described and management provided for strawberry crops.
Poor pollination is described and management provided.
This factsheet covers lightning injury in strawberries.
Oxyfluorfen herbicide injury is described.
This factsheet discusses the symptoms and management of water damage in strawberry production.
Dicambia broadleaf weed killer injury is described.
Hail damage in strawberries is described.
Frost injury in strawberries is described and frost prevention strategies provided.
2,4-D herbicide injury described and management provided.
Clopyralid herbicide injury of strawberry is described and management provided.
Wind damage of strawberry is described.
Sunburn of strawberry is described.
This factsheet discusses the symptoms and treatment of drought injury in strawberries.
Phoma macrostoma, a potential biocontrol agent for turfgrass weeds, was isolated from Cirsium arvense plants in Canada and is being tested in other regions of North America for control of broadleaf weeds in turf. This research was conducted to investigate the effects of varying temperature conditions on Phoma macrostoma control of seedling broadleaf weeds. Experiments were conducted in growth chambers to compare the efficacy of three doses of Phoma macrostoma on two species, Senecio vulgaris and Lamium amplexicaule grown in 4 temperature regimes – 15/20, 20/25, 25/30 and 30/35°C (dark / light period) temperatures. These data suggest that high temperatures common in the southeastern United States should not be an impediment to activity of Phoma macrostoma efficacy, and may actually improve the control of some broadleaf weed species.