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Caneberry Production Manual, Fresh Market

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978 1601 076977
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Caneberries, including raspberries and blackberries, are growing in popularity as a fruit crop for production in California. In recent years, California has led in total caneberry production overall; in a typical year, over 90 percent of the fresh market raspberries produced in the United States were grown in California.

Discussed in detail in this book are the botanical charactersitics and critical management practices for raspberries and blackberries---the principal caneberries cultivated in California.

Caneberries are also known as brambles because they are often thorny. The caneberry genus of Rubus includes raspberries (Rubus idaeus), black raspberry (R. occidentalis), dewberries (R. ursinus), and many hybrids such as boysenberries, loganberries, and tayberries. The caneberry genus belongs to the large plant family Rosaceae, which includes apples, roses, strawberries, and caneberries.

Contents:  1. Caneberry Biology & Varieties: Plant description, Flowering & fruiting production, Varieties; 2. Caneberry Production: Macro-tunnel & field management, Pests, Irrigation, water quality & fertility, Training & pollination; 3. Caneberry Harvest and Postvarvest, References, Measurement Conversion Table.

Mark Bolda, Mark Gaskell, Elizabeth Mitchan & Michael Cahn, 2012, 74 p, 64 color photos, 16 tables/graphs, 18 illustrations, $25.00

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