|LC Classifications||S133 .A346 no. 1282|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||73486688|
Choose a variety of cranberry. There are several varieties of cranberry plants that can be used in home growing. The variety you choose will depend on what you intend to use the berries for. Howes cranberries are small, red berries native to Massachusetts. They are easy to grow and will stay fresh for a long time after harvesting, if stored correctly%(10). Growing cranberries may seem a far-fetched idea in the home garden, but it is plausible when you have the right conditions. Keep reading to learn how to grow cranberries if this is something you would like to try. Cranberry plants, or Vaccinium macrocarpon, are woody, low growing perennial vines. Native to the temperate zones of the East Coast. This topic is broken into a series of articles that focus on the key components of planting and growing cranberry plants. This includes getting started, care & maintenance, and other topics. Jump to any article in the series using the "In This Series" menu, or follow along with the navigation markers at the end of each article. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Issued also in French under title: La Culture des canneberges. Description: 28 p.: ill. (some col.
17 Responses to “How to Grow Cranberries” lacey Says: November 18th, at am. You dont have enough info about cranberris. Kristen Says: January 6th, at am. Disagree with the comment above: great article! I’m now inspired to try growing my own cranberries. Thank you. 🙂 Samantha Says: February 4th, at pm. Growing Cranberries [I.V. Hall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 26 pages with 22 b/w ills. Staple-bound. A great story about the growing and harvesting of cranberries. Factual but told in story form based on the author's real life experience. Great book for children to be read in the fall. I bet many people do not know anything about the growing and harvesting of cranberries/5(12). However there are still a few technical issues to true American cranberries like soil acidity with a pH between and .
Cranberries are actually one of the most unique fruits in the world. In fact, it's only one of three fruits that are native to North America. They are a . How to Grow Cranberries. Less than 1/2 acre (garden-sized plot “in the backyard,” for example) (Some excellent, step-by-step instructions by one of Maine’s growers); Half acre or larger? (see below and/or see also our online Extension publication entitled, Commercial Cranberry Production in Maine: An Introduction). In preparing the land for growing cranberries, Upper Canada Cranberries was able to restore most of the bog qualities that existed in this area many years ago. When people learn that the cranberry is a bog plant, this apparently leads some to think cranberries grow in water. Cranberries thrive best in beds within the bog, which consist of alternating layers of sand, peat, gravel and clay. Cranberry vines produce horizontal stems called runners that may grow up to six feet ( meters) long and can spread profusely over the bog's floor.