Weed Control in Strawberries and Raspberries

Weed Control in Strawberries and Raspberries Related

Integrated Weed Control:: Biological products and consulting services for weed management. Montana.

Weed Control in Organic Wheat:: Provides guidance on the place of wheat in the rotation and cultivation techniques to control weed growth. [PDF]

Weed Control in Nursery Crops:: Discussions on weed control, weed identification, and herbicide management in nursery crops. From Oregon State University.

California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory:: A combined government/private/non-profit endeavour to establish a database, accessible through the Internet, containing information on noxious weed control in California.

Biological Weed Control in Alberta Using Triploid Grass Carp:: Describes the use of the herbivorous grass carp to control dense stands of submerged aquatic vegetation.

Growing Raspberries and Blackberries:: Details on growing these cane fruits, including site selection, training and pruning.

Growing Strawberries:: Plenty of information on strawberry culture.

Insect and Mite Pests of Strawberries:: Information on aphids, clipper weevils, leaf rollers, mites, slugs, spittle bugs, root weevils, tarnished plant bugs and wasps, including their identifying features, life cycle, damage caused, monitoring and control.

Assured Produce Protocol for Strawberries:: Producing crops in accordance with these standards allows growers to sell produce to any supermarket or processor in the UK. Information on site selection, site management, variety selection, nutrition, irrigation, crop protection, harvesting and storage. [PDF]

Crop Profile for Strawberries in California:: Information on strawberry production in this state, the cultural practices used, the insect pests and diseases that affect the crop and their cultural, biological and chemical controls, and weed control. [PDF]

  • New Additions: Cane Fruits
Growing Raspberries and Blackberries
Growing Brambles
Growing Blackberries
Crop Profile for Caneberries in California
Assured Produce Protocol for Cane Fruit