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Volume 33 • Issue 9 • September 30, 2020
In our effort to continuously bring you the latest news and resources for a successful growing season, we invite you to provide feedback about your experience reading the Cranberry Crop Management Journal this year. Please follow the link below to complete the survey. Thank you for another great year. 
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We’re Checking the Yield on Our Trials! Here’s What To Look Forward To at Cranberry School 2021

As we put on our waders to analyze yields our trials, we wanted to let you start building excitement to discover what we’ve learned this year. Some quantitative studies, some qualitative studies—some foundational and some immediately actionable—we’re excited to share our work with you and hope you’ll come with questions about how to improve your marsh for 2021. Click here to learn more.

Novel Bio-Insecticide Demonstrations and Advances in Spray Timing 

Flea beetles remain a major problem for Wisconsin cranberries, and 2020 brought together a team of cranberry growers and researchers who were working on ways to mass propagate insect-killing nematodes. There were many set-backs and some learning experiences, but also some significant successes. Learn more here.

A Quick Trip Behind the Scenes of the CCMJ

Hey everyone, I’m Josie. You may have seen my name next to the editors list in your CCMJ emails, and we wanted to take a moment with the last issue for 2020 to introduce you to a critical part of our team. I work behind the scenes to help bring you the latest news and resources for a successful growing season—assembling and sending out the newsletter with MailChimp, running the Twitter, uploading our exclusive videos to YouTube. Read more here.

Don't Miss Out on These Updates and Resources

Thank You To Our Updating Growers

Sprinkling, Flooding, and Harvest Logistics Into Dormancy

Check out our new Twitter and YouTube channel to see the latest news and videos.
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Editors: Josie Russo, Amaya Atucha, and Allison Jonjak

References to products in this publication are for your convenience and are not an endorsement of one product over similar products. You are responsible for using pesticides according to the manufacturer's current label directions. Follow directions exactly to protect the environment and people from pesticide exposure. Failure to do so violates the law.

Amaya Atucha
Extension Fruit Crop Specialist

Jed Colquhoun
Extension Fruit Crops Weed Scientist

Christelle Guédot
Extension Fruit Crops Entomologist

Allison Jonjak
Cranberry Outreach Specialist

Josie Russo
Communications Specialist

Wisconsin Fruit Team Contact

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