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Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network

The Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network is the most comprehensive information and communications resource for berry and grape production practices, research, and marketing.

– New study available on the costs and returns of producing erect blackberry in organic production for fresh market, please visit the blackberry page to view the findings

– Spotted wing drosophila- a new pest attacking healthy ripening fruit

MRLs for berries for major export markets

– New blueberry, caneberry, and strawberry  pesticide tables available now

– Insecticides for SWD control in blueberries, caneberries  and strawberries

– The newest black raspberry resources

– Blueberry conference research summary

Sustainable SWD Management for Fruit CropsOregon State University researchers and extension faculty are part of a five-year national project to minimize the impacts of SWD on US fruit crops, including blueberries. This work is funded by USDA-NIFA. The goal is to develop new management tactics and programs, expanded pesticide registrations for SWD, and provide information and training on SWD for growers, extension agents, and others. To tailor the project to small fruit growers, project researchers are collecting information on the impact of SWD to your industry.