Horticulture Research Station

Influence of Corn Gluten Meal Rate and Cultivar on Day-neutral Strawberry Production

Authors: Gail R. Nonnecke (Iowa State University) , Nick E. Christians (Iowa State University) , László Radics (Szent Istvan University, Budapest, Hungary)

  • Influence of Corn Gluten Meal Rate and Cultivar on Day-neutral Strawberry Production

    Horticulture Research Station

    Influence of Corn Gluten Meal Rate and Cultivar on Day-neutral Strawberry Production

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Abstract

This project evaluated granular corn gluten meal (CGM) application rates and cultivar performance for day-neutral strawberry production in Iowa. CGM is a byproduct of the wet milling of corn. It provides 10% nitrogen by weight and can serve as a natural nitrogen product. Seascape is a newer day-neutral cultivar, and its adaptation to Iowa needs to be evaluated and compared with the standard Tristar and Tribute day-neutral strawberries.

Keywords: Ecological and Sustainable Production Systems, Horticulture

How to Cite:

Nonnecke, G. R., Christians, N. E. & Radics, L., (2006) “Influence of Corn Gluten Meal Rate and Cultivar on Day-neutral Strawberry Production”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2005(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2006
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