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Vol. 12, Issue 2 (2023)

Proper planting systems improves yield, growth, and quality of strawberry by regulating soil moisture in humid tropical Terai region

Author(s):
Sukanya Misra, Sarad Gurung and Avijit Ghosh
Abstract:
There is a lack of knowledge regarding how strawberry (Fragaria ananassa, Duch.) planting geometry affects the physiological processes and biochemical components to increase yield and quality in the humid tropical Terai region. We investigate the growth and yield of strawberry in response of varying row to row and plant-plant spacing. Different planting geometry considered in the experiments areT0: 30×25 cm (Control), T1: 10 × 20 cm, T2: 10 × 30 cm, T3: 20 × 30 cm, T4: 20 × 40 cm, T5: 30 × 30 cm, T6: 30 × 40 cm. Overall mean fruit yield was the highest (10,707.02 kg ha-1) in 30 × 40 cm spacing and lowest (6,341.56 kg ha-1) was in 10 × 20 cm spacing. In humid tropical areas, increasing the productivity and profitability of strawberry cultivators may be advised by adjusting plant geometry to environmental conditions and physiological processes to improve strawberry fruit quality and yield.
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How to cite this article:
Sukanya Misra, Sarad Gurung, Avijit Ghosh. Proper planting systems improves yield, growth, and quality of strawberry by regulating soil moisture in humid tropical Terai region. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(2):2284-2287.

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