Growers in some regions where temperatures don’t get too low could consider the benefits of Southern highbush varieties.
Follow these tips to ensure your end product is wholesome and pathogen-free.
Ensure Your Berry Production Success With Pollinators Planting bee-friendly food sources help native pollinators to continue their valuable […]
Avoid slow growth and plant death by maintaining adequate moisture levels.
In this electronic information age, these new, first-time berry growers are quick to locate berry growing information resources, including local and university Extension/research-developed production and marketing information for their area.
Independent raspberry breeder Peter Tallman of Longmont, CO, has announced the U.S. release of a new cultivar of black raspberry named “Niwot.” This exciting new variety is the product of Tallman’s private breeding program that started in Poughkeepsie, NY, more than a quarter century ago with the discovery of a wild black raspberry that exhibited the primocane-fruiting trait.
Annual late winter pruning of blackberries to remove the old two-year canes that fruited the past summer involves […]
Urbanites in these times have much interest in purchasing locally grown food including berries of all types, and […]
At a recent Virginia statewide berries conference held at Virginia State University in Petersburg, VA, growers were asked if […]
A very wise person once said, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” I often wonder if we do not […]
Last spring and summer we noticed a pair of red-tailed hawks almost daily on our farm and came […]