Economic Viability and Environmental Impact Assessment of Three Different Strawberry Production Systems in the Southeastern United States

@article{Rysin2015EconomicVA,
  title={Economic Viability and Environmental Impact Assessment of Three Different Strawberry Production Systems in the Southeastern United States},
  author={Olya Rysin and Amanda L McWhirt and Gina E. Fernandez and Frank J Louws and Michelle S. Schroeder-Moreno},
  journal={Horttechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={585-594}
}
In this study,we investigate the economic viability and environmental impact of three different soil management systems used for strawberry (Fragaria ·ananassa) production in the southeastern United States: 1) a conventional production system that is based on the current production practices implemented by growers, 2) a nonfumigated compost system with summer cover crop rotations and beneficial soil inoculants, and3) anorganic production system that includes practices approved for use under… 

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