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Bounty of berries available this summer, growers say

Consumers looking for berries to enhance their picnics or barbecues this summer won’t be disappointed.

Driscoll’s #BerryTogether campaign tours Twin Cities

Driscoll’s 3D Berry Picnic Mobile started its summer campaign June 18 — International Picnic Day — in the Twin Cities, beginning the next phase of the brand’s #BerryTogether campaign.

Berry People supplies year-round demand, including organic

Berry People, Hollister, Calif., is moving harvest to the Pacific Northwest as production in Mexico and California winds down for the season.

National blueberry promotion groups hire new leader

The North American Blueberry Council and the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council have hired Kasey Cronquist as president of the groups.

Mexico’s protected agriculture growth harms Florida, study says

Ongoing investment in protected agriculture in Mexico will likely result in continued losses for the fruit and vegetable industry in Florida, according to a new report from the University of Florida.

California blueberries heading to Vietnam

California blueberries grown under the T&G Orchard Rd brand are being sent to Vietnam for the first time.

Blueberry farms purchased by Gladstone

McLean, Va.-based Gladstone Land Corp. has purchased two blueberry farms in Michigan.

Consalo Family Farms monitors crops with app

EGG HARBOR CITY, N.J. — Consalo Family Farms has long used a drip irrigation system that uses computer monitoring, via sensors in the sandy soil of its blueberry crops, said company president Skip Consalo.

Consalo Family Farms monitors crops with app

EGG HARBOR CITY, N.J. — Consalo Family Farms has long used a drip irrigation system that uses computer monitoring, via sensors in the sandy soil of its blueberry crops, said company president Skip Consalo.

Consalo Family Farms monitors crops with app

EGG HARBOR CITY, N.J. — Consalo Family Farms has long used a drip irrigation system that uses computer monitoring, via sensors in the sandy soil of its blueberry crops, said company president Skip Consalo.