Althaea lenkoranica

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Blueberry Gall Midge: A Possible New Pest in the Northwest

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In the blueberry production regions of Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi, blueberry gall midge is a serious insect pest that affects rabbiteye and southern highbush blueberries, causing substantial yield loss by damaging fl ower buds. The midge is present from the south- eastern to the northern United States, where it feeds on vegetative buds of blueberry and cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Aiton). The gall midge Dasineura oxycoccana (Johnson) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) was identifi ed as a pest in rabbiteye blueberries (Vaccinium ashei Reade) in the southeastern United States in the...

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Nitrogen for Bearing Cranberries in North America

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EM 8741 • June 2000 • $3.50 This publication was prepared by the Mineral Nutrition Working Group, a part of the North American Cranberry Research and Extension Workers. Editor: John Hart, Extension soil scientist, Oregon State University Authors: Joan Davenport, assistant professor and soil scientist, Washington State University; Carolyn DeMoranville, assistant professor of plant nutrition, University of Massachusetts Cranberry Experiment Station; John Hart, Extension soil scientist, Oregon State University; and Teryl Roper, professor of horticulture, University of Wisconsin-Madison*...

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Cranberry Tissue Testing for Producing Beds in North America

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EM 8610 • August 1995 75¢ Cranberry Tissue Testing for producing beds in North America J. Davenport, C. DeMoranville, J. Hart, K. Patten, L. Peterson, T. Planer, A. Poole, T. Roper, and J. Smith Why use tissue testing? Cranberry plants require proper amounts of certain chemical elements from air, water, and soil to ensure adequate vegetative growth and fruit production. When levels of these nutrients in the plant are low, growth and yield may be affected. Severely reduced nutrient supply can lead to visible nutrient defi- ciency symptoms. Routine collec- tion and analysis of tissue samples...

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A Grower's Guide to Pruning Highbush Blueberries

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Biological Control of Black Vine Weevil Larvae in Cranberry

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Betsey Miller, faculty research assistant and IPM instructor; Vaughn Walton, Extension entomologist and associate professor; both of Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University; Linda White, former assistant professor, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University; Denny Bruck, former research entomologist, USDA-ARS Horticultural Crops Research Laboratory; and Linda Brewer, senior research assistant II, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University. Biological Control of Black Vine Weevil Larvae in Cranberry Black vine weevil in cranberry production Black vine...

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Names

Althaea lenkoranica in differrent languages.

Blueberry
Blueberry
Arando
Blueberry
Beri biru
Mirtilla
Blueberry
Blueberry
Borovnica (Cyanococcus)
Category:Blueberries
Vaccinium sect. Cyanococcus
Blueberry