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American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)
American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) : The Cranberry
Resources for Grower BMPs
Anatomy of a Cranberry Marsh
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PLANTS Database (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture)
Plant synonyms, distribution map, wetland information, and references.
Terminology for Cranberry Bud Development and Growth (UW-Madison, Dept. of Horticulture)
Standardized terminology for cranberry bud development, for communication between researchers and growers.
“Introduction: The Taxonomy, Botany, and Culture of Vaccinium”
J.F. Hancock, in Compendium of Blueberry and Cranberry Diseases, edited by Frank L. Caruso and Donald C. Ramsdell. 1995. APS Press, The American Pathological Society.
“Cranberry Flowers and the Set of Fruit”
Chester E. Cross. 1953. Cranberries Magazine.
Cranberry Production in Wisconsin
Harvest, weather, pest and other information for growers.
Generally Accepted Agricultural and Management Practices for Cranberry Production
Adopted by Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development.
How Cranberries Grow: "Cranberries 101" (Cape Cod Cranberry Grower's Assoc.)
Explains Massachusetts cranberry production, why it's unique, and what is happening on the farm during each season.
2010 Sustainable Cranberry Production For a Vibrant Future – The Wisconsin Experience
From a 2009 survey of Wisconsin cranberry growers by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, this report provides an overview of the Wisconsin cranberry industry and survey results.
2013 Sustainable Cranberry Production in Wisconsin
Highlights ongoing improvements in sustainable cranberry production from the most recent UW survey of cranberry growing and management practices in Wisconsin.
Best Management Practice Guides
From UMass Cranberry Station. Covers crop and pest management, cultural and resource management, pesticide, and renovation and construction.
Cranberry Chart Book
From UMass Cranberry Station. Management guide: covers pest management, nutrition, water management, and weather.
The Physiology of Cranberry Yield
Teryl Roper, 2006, UW-Extension
Great Lakes Weather Service/Wisconsin Cranberry Weather Forecasts
Resources for Grower BMPs
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