Berries and Grapes

Berry Crop Production Systems & Breeding - Bernadine Strik

Collection

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

'Marys Peak' Strawberry

Online Resource

Information on the origin, description and production of 'Marys Peak' Strawberry based on research done at the NWREC.

By Bernadine Strik, Patrick Jones

crates of blackberries and raspberries.

USDA-ARS & OSU Cooperative Breeding Program: NWREC Trials

Article

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

Rows of kiwifruit plants

Evaluation of kiwifruit

Article

An evaluation summary of what has been learned about kiwifruit at the NWREC plot.

By Bernadine Strik

Elliott field of blueberry rows.

Long-term impact of sawdust use and N fertilizer rate in 'Elliott' blueberry

Article

2014 update of the Elliott blueberry field planted at the NWREC.

By Bernadine Strik

rows of trained blackberry bushes

Production systems for organic blackberries for processing - impact of cultivar and weed management

Article

Evaluate the effect of weed management, irrigation, and training time on machine-harvested yield and quality, plant growth, nutrient allocation, and food safety in 'Marion' and 'Black Diamond' blackberries.

By Amanda Vance

Seasonal changes in leaf nutrient concentration of male and female hardy kiwifruit grown in Oregon

Presentation

This is the research poster for the article on "seasonal changes in leaf nutrient concentration of male and female hardy kiwifruit grown in Oregon". It includes condensed information about the research and results.

By Bernadine Strik, Amanda Vance

The Impact of Severity and Time of Tipping and Hedging on Performance of Primocane-fruiting Blackberry in a Tunnel

Online Resource

On average, canes that were hard-tipped produced more branches and had more fruit/cane than soft-tipped canes. Canes that were tipped early (22–27 June) produced more fruit/cane than those tipped later (7–24 July). When canes were hard-tipped early in the season, the number of fruit/cane was increased threefold compared with soft-tipping canes early.

By Bernadine Strik

Foliar Calcium Applications Do Not Improve Quality or Shelf Life of Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, or Blueberry Fruit

Online Resource

Foliar calcium (Ca) products are applied by many berry growers to enhance fruit quality and shelf life without evidence that these applications increase fruit Ca or impact fruit characteristics when applied at rates recommended on the product label. The objectives of this study were to determine if fruit or leaf Ca increases when several formulations of liquid Ca products are applied to developing fruit, and to assess any resulting changes in fresh market quality of berries.

By Amanda Vance, Patrick Jones, Bernadine Strik

Leaf nutrient concentration in blackberry - recommended standards and sampling time should differ among blackberry types

Online Resource

Leaf tissue sampling is a critical aspect of a nutrient management program in commercial blackberry production. Tissue nutrient levels and sampling requirements may differ among these blackberry types. Two studies were conducted to assess the impact of blackberry type and cultivar on tissue nutrient concentration of leaves sampled every 2 weeks over two growing seasons. Fertilizer recommendations based on leaf nutrient sufficiency levels specific to the diverse types of blackberry grown will aid growers, potentially reducing over application of fertilizer nutrients.

By Bernadine Strik, Amanda Vance

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