Strawberry cultivation is a very profitable agribusiness. This type of fruit is very popular owing to its nutritional quality, color, aroma, texture, and of course, its taste. Strawberry fruit is a rich source of vitamin ‘C, Iron, Potassium, and fiber. Strawberries can be grown in a wide range of soils, from light sand to heavy clay.
Strawberry cultivation is widely distributed all over the world. It is a vegetable crop with high economic return. This economic return increases with produce fruits with standard specifications. Potassium is one of the most important and effective in order to obtain fruits with good export specifications. The most important roles of potassium: -
Strawberry is one of the most important economic and export crops. Strawberry is one of the most consumed and affected by phosphorus because it is a determining factor in increasing the productivity of the crop through:
One of the crops was affected by calcium as it has a direct relationship in: -
Potassium deficiency symptoms of strawberry crop appear on old leaves because it is mobile within the plant and deficiency symptoms appear at the begging in form of brown or brown discoloration and dryness on the upper surface of the edges of small leaves fully formed. This gradually spreads inside the blade between the veins and extends to the entire blade, but the base part remains green. The symptoms of potassium deficiency on strawberries also appear in:
Phosphorus deficiency Symptoms on strawberry crop, plants appear light green color and leaves are small in size, as shown symptoms of deficiency in: -
Calcium deficiency symptoms on strawberry crop appearance as a yellowish green color on young leaves in addition to: -