Even the best varieties require a great deal of TLC from growers if they’re going to be a hit with consumers.
A University of New Hampshire study shows day-neutral varieties can extend the growing season by several months and double growers’ yields. See how.
What’s in store for the sector in 2020? Noted researchers John R. Clark and Lisa DeVetter weigh in.
Agriculture has changed dramatically since the traditional version integrated pest management was developed. Get to know the new model and find out how it applies to strawberry growing.
Monitoring for the blueberry gall midge has produced modest findings so far this season. But that could change in a hurry.
Let the good times roll. Berry growers remain bullish about production and demand for the coming year.
The components of flavor are complex, but one thing is for sure, berries have it, and growers need to make it a priority. Here’s how.
Chad Finn helped develop many of the varieties used in the Pacific Northwest berry industry today.
Wisconsin berries are barely making it with the winged pest on the fly, but scientists are looking at new ways to defend from ground level.
Trade issues remain a top priority for growers and stakeholders to tackle. Brittany Lee gives her take on the situation.
Sparkleberry rootstock shows promise in research conducted by UF/IFAS scientists.
Growers have been frustrated at having their integrated pest management plans thwarted by this destructive pest, but researchers still have faith.
Find out what one Florida grower used to custom harvest nearly 800,000 pounds of blueberries last season.
Management of honey bees and bumble bees can contribute to optimal fruit set and better yield.
Recent releases aimed at mechanical harvest and big, quality fruit.
Longtime Central Florida-based berry grower and shipper digs in for big expansion and reveals new marketing tagline.
There are plenty of benefits to covered production, including season extension, minimizing fruit rot, and boosting fruit quality.