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Pest Management Guide: Horticultural and Forest Crops, 2018

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Table of Contents:

  • Regulations and Basic Information
  • Commercial Small Fruit
  • Grapes
  • Hops
  • Nursery Crops
  • Floral Crops
  • Turf
  • Pests of Forestry and Christmas Trees
  • Low Management Crops and Areas
  • Author Contant List

 

 

 

 

 

Authors: 
Rachel Parson
Authors: 
Tim McCoy
Authors: 
Michael J. Weaver
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2018

Integrated Strategies for Management of Spotted Wing Drosophila in Organic Small Fruit Production

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Table of Content:

  • Introduction
  • Monitoring, identification and thresholds
  • Cultivar selection
  • Sanitation
  • Pruning and harvest frequency
  • Exclusion netting
  • Attract-and-kill
  • Biological control
  • Chemical control
  • Post-harvest cooling
  • Summary 
  • References and resources
Authors: 
Heather Leach
Authors: 
Matthew J. Grieshop
Authors: 
Rufus Isaacs
Publisher: 
Michigan State University
Year: 
2016

Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness Associated with Common Berries, 1983 through May 2013

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Authors: 
M. Palumbo
Authors: 
L. J. Harris
Authors: 
M. D. Danyluk
Publisher: 
IFAS Extension, University of Florida
Year: 
2013

Survival of Foodborne Pathogens on Berries

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Fresh and frozen berries are popular foods. When berries are picked for fresh consumption, they are usually packed directly without washing because they are highly perishable. Fresh berries also are commonly included in fresh-cut fruit mixtures sold as a ready-to-eat product. Berries may be washed before freezing, but they are not usually blanched or heat-treated unless they will be used in preserves or other processed products. There is typically no “kill step” that would eliminate pathogens on fresh or frozen berries. 

Authors: 
Mary Palumbo
Authors: 
Linda J. Harris
Authors: 
Michelle D. Danyluk
Publisher: 
IFAS Extension, University of Florida
Year: 
2013

DiMeo Farms & Blueberry Plants Nursery

 

Location

3101 Nesco Rd
Hammonton 08037
United States
Phone: (609) 561-5905
Year: 
1,910
Contact: 
DiMeo Blueberry Plants Nursery Manager
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Diversificación con Frambuesa

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Authors: 
Mariana Travadelo
Authors: 
María del Huerto Sordo
Authors: 
María del Huerto Sordo
Authors: 
Cristian Pernuzzi
Authors: 
Ricardo Perren
Authors: 
Norberto Gariglio
Authors: 
Mariela Maina
Authors: 
Noelia Rossler
Authors: 
María C. Brizi
Authors: 
Andrés Carboni
Publisher: 
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias
Year: 
2012

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

Growing Raspberries in North Carolina

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While there is limited commercial raspberry production in North Carolina, interest in raspberries continues to grow as more consumers demand a local supply of fresh, high quality fruit. Many ready-buyers for red raspberries have moved to North Carolina from other regions, such as the Northeast and Midwest, where this fruit is highly treasured.

Authors: 
Gina Fernandez
Authors: 
Frank Louws
Authors: 
Jim Ballington
Authors: 
Barclay Poling
Publisher: 
NC Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2014

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

Evaluación de un Tratamiento Postcosecha de la Tecnología IV Gama en Frutos de Moras (Rubus glaucus Benth)

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Authors: 
Auris Damely García Méndez
Publisher: 
Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnología Postcosecha
Year: 
2008
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