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American Cranberry Growers' Association: Meeting Abstracts

  1. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2020 (PDF)
  2. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2019 (PDF)
  3. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2019 (PDF)
  4. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2018 (PDF)
  5. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2018 (PDF)
  6. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2017 (PDF)
  7. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2017 (PDF)
  8. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2016 (PDF)
  9. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2016 (PDF)
  10. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2015 (PDF)
  11. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2015 (PDF)
  12. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2014 (PDF)
  13. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2014 (PDF)
  14. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2013 (PDF)
  15. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2013 (PDF)
  16. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2012 (PDF)
  17. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2012 (PDF)
  18. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2011 (PDF)
  19. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2011 (PDF)
  20. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2010 (PDF)
  21. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2010 (PDF)
  22. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2009 (PDF)
  23. ACGA Abstract - Winter 2009 (PDF)
  24. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2008 (PDF)
  25. ACGA Abstract - Summer 2007 (PDF)
  26. Breeding and Genetics of Fruit-rot Resistance and polyphenolics in the American Cranberry (PDF). 2009. Vorsa, Johnson-Cicalese, Singh, Tadych, Georgi, Polashock, Patten.
  27. Development of DNA Based Technology for Fingerprinting and Genetic Studies in Cranberry (PDF). 2009. Vorsa.
  28. A DNA Fingerprinting Study of Washington State and Newfoundland 'Stevens': Is 'Stevens' Becoming More Contaminated With Off-types (PDF). 2008. Vorsa, Johnson-Cicalese, Patten, DeVerna.

Others

  1. Cranberry Pollination: An Overview (Word file). Dan Cariveau, Rachael Winfree, Pollination Ecologist.
  2. NACREW Proceedings 2007 (318k PDF). 2007. P.E. Marucci Center for Blueberry &Cranberry Research & Extension
  3. Seasonal Life-history and Management Strategies for Blueberry Gall Midge and Thrips in Highbush Blueberry (83k Word file). 2007. Rodriguez-Saona.
  4. Winter-Hardiness and Deacclimation Behavior of Diverse Blueberry (Vaccinium spp.) Genotypes Under Field Conditions (37k MS Word). 2007. Ehlenfeldt.
  5. Baits & Beneficial Arthropods in a Reduced-Risk IPM Program (MS Word 34k). 2007. Rodriguez-Saona and Polk
  6. Sex, Traps and Timing - Progress in Blueberry IPM (MS Word 201k). 2007. Polk, Rodriguez-Saona, and Holdcraft
  7. Organoleptic Analysis of Blueberry Cultivars (MS Word 31k). 2007. Polashock, Saftner and Ehlenfeldt
  8. Segregating Blueberry Populations for Mummy Berry Fruit Rot Resistance (MS Word 21k). 2007. Polashock and Vorsa
  9. Concepts Pertaining to Yield in Blueberry   (MS Word 20k). 2007. Ehlenfeldt
  10. Susceptibility of Blueberry Cultivars to Fruit and Foliage Infection by Anthracnose (Colletotrichum Acutatum)   (MS Word 39k). 2007. Ehlenfeldt
  11. Stem Blight and Phomopsis Resistance in Blueberry (MS Word 437k). 2007. Polashock