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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2021.10(3): 837-844
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1003.106


Evaluation of Different Strawberry Cultivars for Growth, Yield and Quality Characters under Temperate Conditions of North Western Himalayas
Sehrish Jan1, Jahangeer A. Baba2, MK. Sharma1, Sheikh Qurat1, Tajamul Farooq Wani1, Shemoo Nisar1, Tashi Angmo1, Shaila Din1, Shahzad1 and Safina Kossar1
1Division of Fruit Science, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shalimar, J&K.
2Krishi Vigyan Kendra/ Extension Training Centre, Malangpora, Pulwama, J & K, India
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Abstract:

Investigations were carried out on fifteen cultivars of strawberry for growth, yield and quality characters. The results recorded reveal that maximum plant height (35.30cm) and number of runners (8.82) were in cultivar Catskill, however the average plant spread was found to be highest  in Curaltar (34.16 cm) while cultivar Camarosa recorded maximum leaf area (42.86 cm2). Longest cultivar duration of bloom (85.30 days) was observed in cultivar Everly and minimum (55.38 days) in cultivar Winter Dawn. The number of flowers per plant ranged between 10.92 (Oso Grande) to 26.55 (Camarosa). The average fruit length ranged from 2.55 cm (Brighton) to 4.28 cm (Curaltar) while the average fruit diameter ranged from 2.09 cm (Catskill) to 3.39 cm (Camarosa). Highest fruit weight (16.30 g) was observed in cultivar Kimberly followed by cultivar Honeoye (14.12 g). Cultivar Brighton recorded highest TSS (12.63 0Brix), total sugars content (8.58) and reducing sugars (7.70) however highest titrable acidity (1.22 %) was found in Honeoye. Highest fruit yield (290.35 q/ha) was recorded in Camarosa and lowest fruit yield (59.81 q/ha) was recorded in cultivar Missionary.


Keywords: Varietal evaluation, Strawberry, Growth, Quality
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Sehrish Jan, Jahangeer A. Baba, MK. Sharma, Sheikh Qurat, Tajamul Farooq Wani, Shemoo Nisar, Tashi Angmo, Shaila Din, Shahzad and Safina Kossar. 2021. Evaluation of Different Strawberry Cultivars for Growth, Yield and Quality Characters under Temperate Conditions of North Western Himalayas.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 10(3): 837-844. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1003.106