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General Information on Cranberry Pollination
“Pollination in Cranberry”
2014 Wisconsin Cranberry School Proceedings, by Christelle Guédot.
“Native Pollinators in Cranberry – An Update”
2014 Wisconsin Cranberry School Proceedings, by Hannah Gaines Day. This paper is a brief summary of Day’s PhD dissertation (see next entry for full text).
“Do bees matter to cranberry? The effect of bees, landscape, and local management on cranberry yield”
by Hannah Gaines Day, 2013 (PhD dissertation, UW-Madison).
Enhancing Pollinators for Cranberry
“Supporting Native Bees: Our essential pollinators”
Christy Stewart (2012) – UWExt G4001. This publication includes a listing of Wisconsin native trees and shrubs that attract pollinators.
“Upper Midwest Native Plants for Bees”
Eric Mader and Matthew Shepherd – Invertebrate Conservation Fact Sheet from The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. More information on native plants for creating habitat for native pollinators.
“Pollination and Conserving Bee Habitat”
A. Averill (2011), UMass Cranberry Station Fact Sheet
“Cranberry Pollinator Enhancement”
Annie Averill (2010), part of the Best Management Practices Guides from the University of Massachusetts Cranberry Experiment Station.
Managing Alternative Pollinators: A Handbook for Beekeepers, Growers, and Conservationists, SARE Handbook 11
by Eric Mader, Marla Spivak, and Elaine Evans, and copublished by SARE and NRAES
Apr 9, 2021 11:03 AM
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