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Raspberry and Blackberry Production Guide for the Northeast, Midwest, and Eastern Canada
 
Raspberry and Blackberry Production Guide for the Northeast, Midwest, and Eastern Canada
NRAES-35  ·  157  pages  ·  Published 2008
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The Raspberry and Blackberry Production Guide is the only comprehensive resource for novice and experienced growers, service providers, and educators. It provides information on all aspects of raspberry and blackberry culture including site selection and preparation, trellising and pruning, nutrient management, irrigation, pesticide application, harvesting, budgeting, and marketing. There are descriptions of more than 70 cultivars. Field production, high tunnel production, and greenhouse production are reviewed.  
Wine Grape Production Guide for Eastern North America
 
Wine Grape Production Guide for Eastern North America
NRAES-145  ·  336  pages  ·  Published 2008

$90.00 Qty:
Comprehensive resource for novice and experienced growers, crop advisors, service providers, educators, and students. Topics include site selection and preparation, trellising and pruning, disease and pest identification, nutrient management, irrigation, pesticide application, harvesting, vineyard cost and returns, and grape sales. 174 color photos, 
40 line drawings, 
42 tables of useful information, 
45+ variety descriptions. Key to Insect and Mite Pests of Grapes.  
Strawberry Production Guide for the Northeast, Midwest, and Eastern Canada
 
Strawberry Production Guide for the Northeast, Midwest, and Eastern Canada
NRAES-88  ·  162  pages
$45.00 Qty:
This is the most comprehensive production guide ever produced for strawberry growers and their advisors. It provides in-depth, up-to-date coverage of every aspect of strawberry culture-from site preparation to harvesting and marketing. The guide focuses on production practices popular in northeastern North America, but it contains pertinent information for anyone involved in growing berries. Topics covered in the guide's 14 chapters include: the history and biology of the cultivated strawberry; site selection and preparation; plant selection; production systems; temperature regulation; water management; nutrient management; insect, mite, mollusc, and vertebrate scouting and management; disease management and physiological disorders; weed management; spray application technology; harvesting, handling, and transporting fresh fruit; marketing; and budgeting. Supplementing the text are 37 figures, 47 tables, and 115 full-color photographs. Many of the color photos will help readers identify pests and diagnose diseases and disorders. The book also features a key to common strawberry pests and problems, a glossary, and a table of useful conversion factors. Budget spreadsheets used in the budgeting chapter are provided on a diskette included with the book at no extra cost. Users can adjust values in the spreadsheets to reflect their actual costs; the program will automatically calculate the effect on total costs and profits. Microsoft Excel, version 4.0 or higher, or a compatible program is required to access the spreadsheets. The Strawberry Production Guide was written by 16 experts representing eight universities. (1998)  
Highbush Blueberry Production Guide
 
Highbush Blueberry Production Guide
NRAES-55  ·  200  pages
$42.00 Qty:
This publication was awarded a blue ribbon in the 1993 ASAE Educational Aids Competition. Blueberries, native to North America, have become increasingly popular with growers and consumers throughout the world. This book is the first comprehensive resource for blueberry growers and the advisers who assist them. Written by 29 experts from across the country, it covers all aspects of blueberry production including site selection and preparation, plant selection, blueberry growth and development, maintenance, pest management, harvesting, and marketing. Topics that other fruit-production guides rarely address, such as nuisance wildlife management, water management, spray technology, and budgeting, are discussed as well. The guide features 168 full-color photos, 27 tables, 24 figures and charts, and a key to problems. (1992)  
Pumpkin Production Guide
 
Pumpkin Production Guide
NRAES-123  ·  152  pages  ·  Published 2003
$39.00 Qty:
The Pumpkin Production Guide, published in June 2003, is a must-have for both new and experienced pumpkin growers, serious gardeners, and agricultural advisors. The 152-page guide covers the basics of pumpkin production and cutting-edge research. Twelve chapters offer practical information for preparing the field, evaluating varieties, and choosing the best cultural practices; groundbreaking insight into fruit set and pollination to help growers maximize yields; descriptions for identifying and controlling weeds, insects, diseases, and wildlife pests; ways to maintain postharvest quality; and sample budgets and marketing ideas. Over 115 color photos supplement the text. (2003)  

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