Time-tested, color-appropriate method for following water movement in plasticulture veggie crops could prove fruitful in blueberries, too.
Low-chill, machine-harvest capabilities define these southern highbush selections.
Latest variety from Cornell University geared for growers seeking success in local food sector.
ARS varieties offer growers two new alternatives to industry standards.
Operator reportedly demanded rent, payments for transportation and expenses incurred bringing workers to U.S.
30-year veteran Bob McConnell shares tips on variety selection, production practices, and finding your market.
Leaving the proper number of canes on your highbush berry plant should ensure your consumers will leave your farm with large berries – and come back for more.
TunnelBerries project offers resources for growers, Extension agents, and those interested in berry production under cover.
A genetic analysis conducted by New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station researchers aims to improve modern cultivation efforts of strawberry growers.
State tops country, international production for the 22nd year.
Savings to the tune of $30 million a year would come with a solution to angular leaf spot.
There’s no silver bullet, but here are several techniques to annoy and deter birds.
Central Florida berry operation will donate $20,000 annually over the next five years to fund various research projects backed by the Center for Produce Safety.
Company receives U.S. Patent approval for continuous picking wheel on the machine.
Warm weather, humidity, and rainfall create favorable conditions for this disease.
North Carolina State researcher reminds growers they need to be proactive with spotted wing drosophila.
Consumers’ interest in health benefits of berries helping to fuel interest in this new berry.