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About Berries and Small Fruits at Oregon State University
The superb quality of Oregon’s blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and cranberries are known worldwide, adding a farm value of over $140 million to local economies. Consumers are attracted to products, local markets, U-pick,... Read more
Faculty from Crop and Soil Science, Horticulture, and Agricultural & Resource Economics are recognized for blueberry publication.
Strawberry acreage in the state peaked at more than 18,000 acres in the 1950s, said Bernadine Strik (Albany Democrat-Herald)
For the first time since the spotted wing Drosophila arrived in the Northwest 3 years ago, the fly appears to be a threat (Capital Press)
A new pest attacking healthy ripening fruit is Spotted Wing Drosophila, Drosophila suzukii.
Research and Extension
The Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network is the most comprehensive information and communications resource for berry and grapes.
Resources from Oregon State's Extension Services on berries and small fruits.