American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) : Pollination
- Cranberry in Popular Culture
- Production / Marketing
- Brands/Suppliers and Trade Associations
- Research Centers; University Extension
- Resources for Growers
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, “Do bees matter to cranberry? The effect of bees, landscape, and local management on cranberry yield”, 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.
- “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 11by Eric Mader, Marla Spivak, and Elaine Evans, and copublished by SARE and NRAES