Cranberry School Proceedings

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 25 (Jan 18-19, 2017)

  • Root growth patterns in cranberry
  • Cranberry cold hardiness
  • Cranberry pollination
  • Cranberry fruit rot management
  • Native nematodes for pest control
  • Cranberry genetics and genomics
  • Mating disruption in cranberry
  • Cranberry fruitworm degree days
  • Cranberry screening program
  • 2017 cranberry school grower survey results

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 24 (Jan 20-21, 2016)

  • Cranberry Virus and Disease Issues
  • Using Degree-Days to Maximize your Pest Management Tool Set
  • What’s up as the Temperature Goes Down? Understand frost night conditions
  • Evaluation of Insect Resistance in Wisconsin Cranberry Varieties
  • A Synthesis of Recent Research Regarding the Spring Flood in Wisconsin: knowns and unknowns
  • Discovery and Virulence-screening of Native Nematodes in Wisconsin Cranberries
  • Root Growth Patterns in Cranberries: why is it important and how can it affect yield and production efficiency?
  • Our Cranberry Toolbox — Present, and future of the cranberry screening program
  • 2016 Cranberry School Grower Survey Results

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 23 (Jan 21-22, 2015)

  • Citizen Science: plant and insect phenology combined and flea beetle control
  • Trait Analysis and Cranberry Cultivar Development
  • Cranberry Viruses
  • Water Table Level Effects on Cranberry Irrigation Management
  • Progress Towards Establishing a Marker-Assisted Selection (MAS) Program a UW-Madison
  • Characterization of Nutrient Content of New Varieties and Optimization of Timing of Tissue Analysis in Cranberry
  • Impact of Honeybee Hive Location on Visitation to Cranberry
  • Impact of Cranberry Pollination on Honeybee Colonies and of Supplementary Feeding During Pollination
  • Assessment of Resistance of Cranberry Varieties to Insect Pests
  • Carnivorous Arthropods after a Spring Flood: evidence of biological control
  • Do Fungicide Applications Affect Bee Fidelity to Cranberries?
  • Multi-species Mating Disruption in Cranberries
  • 2014 Cranberry Pest Management Field Research Report
  • 2014 Cranberry School Grower Survey Results

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 22 (Jan 22-23, 2014)

  • US cranberry marketing committee: updates and programs overview
  • Cranberry disease update
  • What affects yield? Yield components, buds and carbohydrates
  • 2013 pesticide screening update: 2013 review and what’s new in 2014?
  • Study of economically important traits in cranberry via breeding and genomics approaches
  • Multi-species mating disruption in Wisconsin cranberries
  • Assessment of resistance of cranberry varieties to insect pests
  • Pollination in cranberry
  • Native pollinators in cranberry – an update
  • Timing of tissue analysis in cranberry: nutrient content characterization in new varieties – first year results
  • 2014 cranberry school grower survey results

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 21 (Jan 22-23, 2013)

  • Cranberry Entomology in Wisconsin: spotted wing drosophila, Sparganothis phenology, and the bug floods
  • Targeting Red-Headed Flea Beetle Larvae
  • Pheromone-Based Mating Disruption to Control the Historical Top Three Insect Pests of Wisconsin Cranberries
  • Meet Our New Entomologist
  • Irrigation and Soil Moisture Monitoring in WI Cranberry Beds
  • Berry Scarring Associated With Tobacco Streak Virus
  • 2012 Pesticide Screening Project Update
  • Reflecting on Bud Appearance and its Role in Yield Prediction
  • 2013 Cranberry School Grower Survey Results

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 20 (Jan 11-12, 2012)

  • The National Initiative for Sustainable Agriculture (NISA): providing reasonable solutions for the cranberry industry
  • Vegetative or Reproductive — what is in a cranberry bud?
  • Pesticide Screening for Cranberries
  • Utilizing the UW-Madison Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic
  • Fungicide Efficacy on Hail-Damaged Fruit
  • Worker Protection Standard (WPS)
  • Cranberry Pollination
  • Early-season Flooding for Insect Pest Control

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 19 (Jan 25-26, 2011)

  • Assessing Biological Impacts of IPM Adoption by the Wisconsin Cranberry Industry: Final Report
  • Cranberry Diseases and Fruit Rot Control
  • Addressing Sustainability in U.S. Agriculture: background and a way forward
  • Cranberry Canopy Management
  • Roots, Shoots, and Boots: the nutrient management trilogy
  • UW-Madison Cranberry Breeding Program Highlights

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 18 (Jan 12-13, 2010)

  • Proposed National Sustainability Standards: implications for the cranberry industry
  • Native Bees in Wisconsin Cranberry
  • New Bugs, Old Remedies
  • Future Cranberry Selections: which traits may be critical for 2050?
  • 2009 Cranberry Field Pesticide Testing: summary report
  • How Much Potassium in Needed?
  • Sustainable Cranberry Nutrition
  • Understanding how Soil pH and Other Soil Characteristics Impact Nutrient Availability
  • Assessing Biological Impacts of IPM Adoption by the Wisconsin Cranberry Industry: a progress report

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 17 (Jan 20-21, 2009)

  • Intrepid Use in Cranberry
  • Intrepid Insecticide Use in Wisconsin under Restrictions to Protect the Karner Blue Butterfly
  • Callisto Observations: from research plots to commercial use
  • Topics in Cranberry Entomology
  • Proposed National Sustainability Standards: implications for the cranberry industry
  • The New Face of Fruit Rot

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 16 (2008)

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WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 15 (2007)

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 14 (2006)

WI Cranberry School Proceedings — Vol 13 (2005)

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