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2017 Southeast Regional Blueberry Integrated Management Guide

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Contents: 

  1. Pesticide Emergencies
  2. Pesticide Liability and Stewardship
  3. Resistance Management
  4. Pollinator Protection
  5. Integrated Management Guide (Insect and Disease Control)
  6. Fungicide Efficacy Comparison 
  7. Insecticide Efficacy Comparison
  8. Fungicide Resistance Management Information
  9. Fungicide “At a Glance” Spray Schedule Options
  10. Weed Management Guide
  11. Suggested Herbicide Program
  12. Herbicide Efficacy Comparison 
Authors: 
Hannah Burrack
Authors: 
Phil Brannen
Authors: 
Mark Czarnota
Authors: 
David Lockwood
Authors: 
Ash Sial
Authors: 
Powell Smith
Publisher: 
The Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2017

Conservation and Nutritional Quality of Blueberry Treated with Eatable Covering

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Authors: 
Marcibela Stülp
Authors: 
Bruna Barbara Bucalão Gnas
Authors: 
Edmar Clemente
Publisher: 
Ciência e Agrotecnologia
Year: 
2014

Freezing Fruits

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You can freeze most fruits, but the quality of the frozen product depends on the kind of fruit, stage of maturity, and type of pack.

Authors: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Year: 
2016

Efecto de la Osmodeshidratación Sobre el Contenido de Antocianinas y Capacidad de Rehidratación de Arándanos (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) Liofilizados

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Authors: 
Hubert Arteaga
Authors: 
Mario Espinoza
Authors: 
Julio Aguilar
Authors: 
Elvia Gómez
Authors: 
Jhonatan Cabanillas
Authors: 
Miguel Santa Cruz
Publisher: 
Escuela de Ingeniería Agroindustrial
Year: 
2015

Insect and Disease Control of Fruits

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Contents: 

  • Apple Spray Program
  • Blueberry Management Program 
  • Caneberry Management Program
  • Bunch Grape Management Program
  • Muscadine Grape Management Program
  • Peach and Nectarine Spray Guide
  • Nematode Control on Peaches
  • Strawberry Disease Control
  • Strawberry Insect Management
Authors: 
J. F. Walgenbach
Authors: 
K. S. Yoder
Authors: 
H. J. Burrack
Authors: 
W. O. Cline
Authors: 
M. Nita
Authors: 
D. F. Ritchie
Authors: 
F. J. Louws
Publisher: 
NC Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2016

CBI Product Factsheet: Fresh Berries in Europe

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Imports of fresh berries into the European market from developing countries have doubled over the past five years. Berries are increasingly offered as a convenient and healthy snack, seducing shoppers into buying them. Although many berries are grown in Europe itself, demand is much higher than European production and imports from developing countries are filling in the gap. 

Authors: 
Michel Peperkamp
Authors: 
Piet Schotel
Publisher: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2015

Good Agricultural Practices for the Production and Handling of Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, and Blueberry

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Authors: 
Michael Mahovic
Authors: 
Jeffrey K. Brecht
Authors: 
Steven A. Sargent
Authors: 
Mark A. Ritenour
Authors: 
Keith R. Schneider
Authors: 
Amy Simonne
Authors: 
Jerry Bartz
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2014

Willingness to Pay for Native Pollination of Blueberries: A Conjoint Analysis

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This study estimates blueberry consumer reaction to a potential honey bee Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) management strategy; increased reliance upon native pollinators like the common Eastern Bumble bee (Bombus impatiens). A survey of 498 consumers was conducted using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Respondents were asked to rate on a scale of 1 to 5, four different blueberry “packages” each containing five attributes; price, pollination method (native bee, commercial honey bee), fresh or frozen, produced in or out of state and variety (wild, cultivated).

Authors: 
Thomas Stevens
Authors: 
Aaron K. Hoshide
Authors: 
Francis A. Drummond
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agricultural Marketing
Year: 
2015

Bacterial Leaf Scorch of Blueberry

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Relative to total sales, blueberries are the number one fruit commodity in the state of Georgia, surpassing even peaches. Recently, a new disease has been identified in the Georgia blueberry production region. This disease has been named “bacterial leaf scorch,” and it is caused by the bacterium Xylella fastidiosa.

Authors: 
Phillip M. Brannen
Authors: 
Gerard Krewer
Authors: 
Bob Boland
Authors: 
Dan Horton
Authors: 
CJ Chang
Publisher: 
University of Georgia Extension
Year: 
2016

DJ's Berry Patch

DJ's is committed to providing our customers with the freshest and finest varieties of strawberries and other spring and summer produce. The fall brings pumpkins and mums. DJ's Berry Patch is a pre-picked or pick-your-own Strawberry and Produce Farm.
In addition to our deliciously sweet berries, you'll find tomatoes, sweet corn, watermelon, cantaloupe and more available at our farm market each spring. You can also find our produce at local markets including: Holly Springs Farmers Market and Apex Farmers Market.

Location

1223 Salem Church Road
Apex, NC 27523
United States
Phone: (919) 600-4020
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