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Kayla Cook & Madison Gilbert 

3/24/16 3rd Period 


Link To PowerPoint (must use wcpss.net account) ↓ Topic: Strawberries 
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Strawberries K
​ ayla Cook & Madison Gilbert  
➔ Hunter-gatherers pick wild strawberries 
➔ 1300-1500s: ______ 
◆ Wood strawberry (Fragaria vesca) 
◆ Musky strawberry (Fragaria 
moschata) 
➔ 1600s - Europe 
◆ ________ strawberry (Fragaria 
virginiana) 
➔ 1700s-1800s popular in England 
◆ 3 to ___ new varieties 
➔ 1714 - France 
◆ French spy brings ______ strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis) 
● Pros: VERY large fruit 
● Cons: favors mild coastal 
climates 
❖ The modern strawberry = _________________ 
❖ Charles Hovey 
➢ 1st ______ variety 
➢ Planned cross 
❖ James Wilson 
➢ ______ x other varieties 
➢ More productive, ______, hardier 
➢ Grown on any soil 
➢ ____ flowered 
❖ E.C. Howard 
➢ Howard ___ 
■ 1909   
■ Tolerance to leaf spot, leaf _____, virus 
diseases 
➢ _________ use & breeding 
➢ Before 1920  
■ Strawberry _______ done by 
growers 
➢ Since then 
■ Varieties developed by ______ 
breeders 
■ ______or state level 
❖ Most strawberry plants aren’t grown from seeds; they 
grow from ______________! 
❖ Growth Cycle of the Strawberry 
➢ Beginnings 
■ Seed- genetically __________ from 
parents 
■ Runners- _______part of the plant; 
creates ________ daughter plant;  
➢ Maturation 
➢ Multiplication & Expansion 
➢ Seeds 
➢ Death 
■ What is the average lifespan of the 
strawberry? ____-____ yrs 
■  
Kayla Cook & Madison Gilbert 
3/24/16 3rd Period 
Link To PowerPoint (must use wcpss.net account) ↓ Topic: Strawberries 
https://docs.google.com/a/wcpss.net/presentation/d/1IPlvqS8JD2Pyuad3llrOtUhZicWI3TwWQ5qF20rke80/edit?usp=s
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❖ Three types of Strawberries… 


➢ _________ - 1 large crop; warm climate; commercial agriculture; larger strawberry 
➢ _________ - multiple small crops; smaller strawberry; fruit- spring 
➢ _________ - multiple small crops; smaller strawberry; fruit-late summer 
❖ Strawberries are a type of ___________________ crop.  
❖ On the Von Thünen Model, strawberries are located ____________________. 
❖ Strawberries have become a part of ____________________________. 
❖ List 1 environmental concern of strawberries on the environment 
____________________________________________. 
❖ Uses of the Strawberry… 
➢ The strawberry is both a _______ & a ______________.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
❖ Commercial strawberry farmers are putting local farmers out of business. Many jobs are available 
in the strawberry fields, but these jobs are given to __________ and _________.  
❖ The states of ______ & __________ are the top two strawberry producing states in the 
U.S. 
❖ Developed & developing countries play roles in the strawberry economy/trade, but 
__________countries do NOT.  
❖ Strawberries require a ________ investment; they are ______ cheap! 
❖ The ________ is the largest p ​ roducer ​of strawberries globally.  
❖ Strawberry and Culture 
➢ 3 ways strawberries are incorporated in culture 
■ ________________ 
■ ________________ 
■ ________________ 
❖ Strawberry and Religion 
➢ When did strawberries begin to appear in religious art during the Renaissance?  
❖ Human Rights Concerns 
➢ Migrant workers in _________ are forced to work long hours in harsh conditions 
➢ Guest workers in Spain face discrimination on a daily basis due to the ___________ 
Spaniards have towards them 

Key Terms: 
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)  Market Gardening 
Intensive Commercial Agriculture   Von Thünen Model 
Guest Worker Toponymy 
Agricultural Landscape Cultural Landscape 
Xenophobia Popular Culture