On Feb 4th 2016 the University of California Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz held their annual meeting to talk about their latest research on Strawberries. Mark Bolda has provided the presentations from that meeting. By visiting the link below you can view his presentations. There is lots of great information concerning the strawberry industry in California, ranging from new varieties and what is going on with the use of Methyl Bromide for pre plant fumigation, and better methods for conserving water.
If you have any questions you can contact Mark Bolda via e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit the UCSC website to find more information about Santa Cruz Resources. http://cesantacruz.ucanr.edu/2016 Annual Central Coast Strawberry Meeting Presentations
The University of California and the Division of Agricultural and Natural Resources or UCANR often posts valuable information about growing Strawberries and Caneberries in their Blog. We found this particular post about the Anthracnose concerns for this fall 2015. Check out their Blog and watch this video they shared talking about Anthracnose. If you subscribe to their blog you get updates as they post them on new information about Strawberries and Caneberries
If you have any questions for Mark or Steven you can send them an e-mail
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