The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide for Commercial Growers

Get the fundamentals of growing berries on a large scale.
The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide for Commercial Growers - Guides and Publications
Pages: 274
Ships in: 1 - 2 Business days
Language: English
Note: 2013 - 2014
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Description

The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide provides general information on preplant considerations, soil management and nutrition, and pest management, as well as specific information for planting strawberries, blueberries, brambles, gooseberries, and currants. Appendixes provide information on expanded special topics, diagnostic services, nursery sources of berry plants, and production supplies and services. Additional sources of information are also given.

This guide is produced by Penn State in cooperation with Rutgers University, the University of Delaware, the University of Maryland, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia University.

Who is this for?

Commercial berry growers within the Mid-Atlantic region.

Homeowners may use this publication for background information; however, many of the recommendations assume that the production is on a large scale and that producers have a commercial pesticide applicator’s license.

What will you learn?

General information on preplant considerations, soil management and nutrition, and pest management, as well as specific information for planting strawberries, blueberries, brambles, gooseberries, and currants.

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