2019
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-053620190104
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Phenology and agronomic components of first and second-cycle strawberry

Abstract: Several strawberry growers have cultivated the same plants for two consecutive cycles aiming a greater economic return after seedling transplant. However, the phenological development and the agronomic potential of second-cycle strawberry have to be estimated. This research was installed to estimate the thermal need, leaf appearance rate, phyllochron and yield of strawberry cultivars in two consecutive crop cycles in the region of the Third Planalto Paranaense. Cultivars Camarosa, Camino Real, Albion, Aromas, … Show more

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“…Therefore, the superiority of hybrids regarding yield traits when 'Camarosa' was one of the parents is due to the presence of a high number of favorable alleles in this cultivar, which makes it a promising parent for strawberry breeding programs [44,45]. Currently, 'Camarosa' has been the most planted cultivar in the world, being a market leader for over twenty years [46,47], but it has sensitivity to photoperiod (short-day) and susceptibility to main diseases [45,48,49]. Thus, new crossings are required to generate hybrids with the agronomic and postharvest quality of 'Camarosa', but that have other levels of resistance to pests and diseases and different responses to temperature and photoperiod.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, the superiority of hybrids regarding yield traits when 'Camarosa' was one of the parents is due to the presence of a high number of favorable alleles in this cultivar, which makes it a promising parent for strawberry breeding programs [44,45]. Currently, 'Camarosa' has been the most planted cultivar in the world, being a market leader for over twenty years [46,47], but it has sensitivity to photoperiod (short-day) and susceptibility to main diseases [45,48,49]. Thus, new crossings are required to generate hybrids with the agronomic and postharvest quality of 'Camarosa', but that have other levels of resistance to pests and diseases and different responses to temperature and photoperiod.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies indicate that for leaves and crown development, the base temperature is 7 • C [14][15][16]. Nevertheless, the base temperature for floral induction has been reported to be 5 • C [17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Uma das limitações enfrentadas pelos produtores de morango em Santa Maria de Jetibá é a dificuldade na aquisição de mudas. A baixa quantidade e qualidade das mudas produzidas pelos viveiristas locais, não especializados na cultura, tornam os produtores dependentes de mercados externos de mudas, o que acarreta atrasos no estabelecimento da lavoura e reduz a produção precoce de frutos (ZEIST et al, 2019).…”
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