UF/IFAS student, faculty search for and find cost-savings for growers.
In electing a Hispanic woman to lead the California strawberry industry, growers strike a blow for common sense.
Lorena Chavez and her family have long been involved with strawberry production, and she has plans for the commission moving forward.
Looking back on 2015, which packed plenty of heat.
Historic Williamsburg, VA, will be the setting March 1-4.
The demand for blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries has exploded in recent years thanks to consumers who enjoy the […]
Increasing competition and volatile market prices requiring shift in production protocol.
UF/IFAS researchers will concentrate on cover crops and how they could impact multiple production practices.
Ensure Your Berry Production Success With Pollinators Planting bee-friendly food sources help native pollinators to continue their valuable […]
Research from Michigan State University has shown that growers can increase pollination and yield of blueberry by planting wildflowers that support wild bees, like bumble bees, and as well as honeybees.
When this issue of the magazine reaches you, you might be enjoying the nice fall weather on a […]
North Carolina State University’s Hannah Burrack will spearhead research.
Hood River Blueberry is the recipient of a $114,000 loan to help expand its packaging line and purchase […]
Blueberry production is a billion-dollar business in the U.S. Although the industry grows every year, a key stumbling […]
Dudley Calfee, president of the Florida Blueberry Growers Association, weighs in with his perspective on the sector’s current state.
In 2015, the infamous pest wreaked havoc in Florida blueberry fields. Are you prepared for next season’s onslaught?
A trio of newly released southern highbush selections are bred to be in it for the long haul.