Strawberries

Knowing best applications for tunnels, greenhouses

When choosing between a high tunnel or a greenhouse, it might be difficult to decide which is a better fit.That led Andy McNitt, owner of McNitt Growers, Carbondale, Ill., to work with Devin Brown, a... more »

Products in the news

ABBA Ultra 0.3MANA Crop Protection recently introduced ABBA Ultra 0.3 miticide/insecticide, an advanced low-volatile organic compound formulation that provides insect and mite control.Labeled for use on cotton, tree nuts, grapes, citrus, pome fruits, strawberries and... more »

Agraquest gets OK to expand use of Serenade Soil fungicide

Agraquest has been given the green light to use its Serenade Soil fungicide for control of Verticillium in California strawberries.Available in the U.S. for tomatoes, potatoes and melons since 2010, Serenade Soil has proved effective... more »

Early warm weather worries growers

States across the Midwest and East Coast were experiencing warmer-than-normal temperatures earlier this year. In March alone, average temperatures were 15˚ F to 20˚ F higher than normal, according to The Weather Channel.History in the... more »

Haygrove, VGN to tour high tunnels in Britain

Haygrove Tunnels and Vegetable Growers News will be playing hosts to the Great American Haygrove High Tunnel Tour in Britain Sept. 2-7. The tour will showcase some of Britain's finest high-tunnel operations, ranging from raspberries... more »

Virginia farm focuses on fall entertainment

Fall is prime time for Belvedere Plantation.The Fulks family, which runs the Fredericksburg, Va., farm and agritourism enterprise, spends all winter, spring and summer preparing for the busy season - when about 50,000 people visit... more »

Early spring warmth causing growers sleepless nights

For many of the Midwest and Eastern states, spring weather arrived early. Most areas are three to four weeks ahead of schedule in terms of plant growth and bloom, according to university Extension offices.Such conditions... more »

Family farm’s future linked to agritourism

Agritourism has become a way of life for Chesterfield Berry Farm and the family that runs it.About 10 years ago, the Mosely, Va., farm's u-pick sales started declining, said Shannon Mangnuson, daughter of owners Aaron... more »


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