Berries, Table Grapes, and Kiwifruit

Lynn Ketchum

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Grapevine Trunk Diseases in Oregon

A summary of the main trunk diseases causing issues in Oregon and management methods.

By Melodie Putnam, | Article

Strawberry Nutrient Management Guide for Oregon and Washington

Strawberry growers in Oregon and Washington raise fruit for both the processed and fresh markets, using both conventional and certified organic systems. This guide explains nutrient management for June-bearing and day-neutral cultivars — the two types of strawberries typically grown in the Pacific...

By Bernadine Strik | OSU Extension Catalog

Pick up the pruners and head for the blueberries

Jan 18, 2019
Annual, moderate pruning of blueberry bushes results in bushes with the fewest canes, but with the greatest yields and largest berries.

By Kym Pokorny | News Story

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Pick up the pruners and head for the blueberries

Jan 18, 2019
Annual, moderate pruning of blueberry bushes results in bushes with the fewest canes, but with the greatest yields and largest berries.

By Kym Pokorny | News Story

Expert tips for growing kiwifruit

Apr 27, 2018
Hardy kiwifruit go through freezing weather better than the familiar fuzzy kiwifruit, so they are a good candidate for the home garden.

By Kym Pokorny | News Story

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Grapes of Wrath, too late to prune?

Is it too late to prune my grapes being it is mid March? I didn't have a chance and it is huge - about 7 years mature and I live in Grants Pass.

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