The Cranberry Crop Management Journal concludes its 36th volume with today’s issue, but until this year, only volumes 23-26 were available online. Volumes 1 – 26 contain not only cranberry history, but also the results of research and trials that were unpublished elsewhere. In an attempt to track down research work from a year prior to 2010, a crack team assembled to make all prior Cranberry Crop Management Journals (as well as its predecessors, the Cranberry Crop Management Newsletter, and Wisconsin Cran Tips) available to growers. Articles are still in the process of being scanned and uploaded, but we wanted to make growers aware of the resource now, as the project will be completed within a short few months.
The ‘modern era’ of CCMJs can be found here: https://fruit.wisc.edu/cranberries/cranberry-crop-management-newsletters/
The more recent past, from 1993 to 2008, is available here: https://fruit.wisc.edu/cranberries/cranberry-crop-management-newsletters/cranberry-crop-management-journals-archive-1993-2008/
And older issues, beginning with Cran Tips, can be found here: https://fruit.wisc.edu/cranberries/cranberry-crop-management-newsletters/wisconsin-cran-tips-archive/
Thanks are owed to:
-the archiving work of Mackenzie Ryan at the Steenbock Library, for scanning and assembling these documents
-the publishing work of Josie Russo, for organizing and uploading them
-Mike Bretl, for maintaining and sharing physical copies of CCMJ’s from 2007 and 2008
-Russ Rifleman, for maintaining and sharing physical copies of Cran Tips, Newsletters, and CCMJ’s from 1985 through the beginning of our archiveThis article was posted in Cranberry, Other News and Resources and tagged Allison Jonjak, archives, CCMJ, CCMJ Archive, Cranberries, Josie Russo, Mackenzie Ryan, Mike Bretl, Russ Rifleman.