Rich Marini, Ph.D., Kathy Demchak
Weather is also becoming more variable resulting in early-winter cold snaps and winter thaws followed by extreme cold events.
A successful strawberry planting hinges on getting the basics right at planting time. If you can pay attention to the basics, you are well on your way to having a vigorous planting.
When growers send in strawberry leaves for a nutrient analysis, should the petioles remain attached or be removed?
This article discusses some common blackberry fruit issues, including whitening of drupelets, drupelet reddening, insect feeding injury, canker diseases and spotted wing drosophila.
Kathy Demchak, Cassandra Swett
Powdery mildew, a warm-weather high-humidity disease, is present in some blueberry plantings. Lowbush, highbush, and rabbiteye blueberries are all affected.