Berries, Table Grapes, and Kiwifruit

Lynn Ketchum


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Learn the fundamentals of blueberry plant physiology and growth, species and types grown and cultivar adaptation, planting establishment, production systems, and important pests to develop successful new plantings or improve the yield and production efficiency of existing planting in this online, instructor-led certificate program offered by Professional and Continuing Education at Oregon State University. Read more...
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Berry Crop Production Systems & Breeding - Bernadine Strik

A collection of Bernadine Strik's works relating to berry crop production systems and breeding. Includes documents on blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, caneberries, table-grapes, and kiwifruit cultivars.

By Bernadine Strik, Amanda Vance, Patrick Jones


USDA-ARS & OSU Cooperative Breeding Program: NWREC Trials

Evaluation of Advanced Selections for Commercial Potential in the Pacific Northwest

Oregon has a diverse, economically important berry crop industry with about 23,000 acres harvested for a farm gate...

By Bernadine Strik

OSU Extension Catalog

An Integrated Pest Management Strategic Plan for Oregon and Washington Cranberries

This publication, produced by growers, commodity group representatives, processors, university specialists, and other technical experts from the cranberry industry in Oregon and Washington, outlines major pests, current management practices, critical needs, activity timetables, and efficacy ratings...

By Cassie Bouska, Paul Jepson, Katie Murray

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