[NAFEX] Blueberries in the NE
suzirt at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 15:27:11 EDT 2007
To follow-up on Pete's recommendation, the Highbush Blueberry Production
is available from the NRAES website:
(Click Book categories, drop down the list to select Commercial
Horticulture). The Blueberry Guide is listed near the bottom of the page and
I would also recommend two other sites for blueberry information. They are
both AgNIC sites so they have great, on target information:
Wild Blueberry Network Information Centre (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Cultivated Blueberries (Michigan State University)
Paul Evans Library of Fruit Science, Mo State Univ. & Missouri State Fruit
AgNIC librarian of Viticulture, Elderberry and Strawberry web sites
On 4/20/07, Pete Tallman <pete_tallman at hotmail.com> wrote:
> In response to Geoffrey Steen's inquiry on Northeast Blueberries, from a
> commercial grower angle, I would recommend you try to find "Highbush
> Blueberry Production Guide", NRAES-55, Northeast Regional Agricultural
> Engineering Service, Cooperative Extension, Ithaca, NY 14853, Marvin
> and James Hancock eds. My copy is dated 1992. I don't know the current
> publishing status of the guide. It's a looseleaf binder format that allows
> more info to be added to the book as you find it (new varieties, etc.).
> Marvin Pritts at Cornell I think is still pretty active and he is also
> worth an inquiry.
> Pete Tallman
> Longmont, CO
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