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Cape Cod Winery Kristina & Tony Lazzai Yvonne Hitchens E. Falmouth, MA

Grower Panel Discussion, "Production YEAR IN REVIEW" Moderator, Jeff LaFleur, Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association). Cape Cod Winery Kristina & Tony Lazzai Yvonne Hitchens E. Falmouth, MA. young beach plums in trellis production system. Coonamessett Farm Ron Smolowitz E. Falmouth, MA.

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Cape Cod Winery Kristina & Tony Lazzai Yvonne Hitchens E. Falmouth, MA

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  1. Grower Panel Discussion, "Production YEAR IN REVIEW" Moderator, Jeff LaFleur, Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association).

  2. Cape Cod Winery Kristina & Tony LazzaiYvonne Hitchens E. Falmouth, MA

  3. young beach plums in trellis production system

  4. Coonamessett FarmRon SmolowitzE. Falmouth, MA good fruit set early in the season

  5. pests and predators both present

  6. Jeff LaFleurPlymouth, MA

  7. deer damage here

  8. Double M FarmBrad MorseRochester, MA good growth on second year plant

  9. Brieremere FarmsClark McCombeRiverhead, NY 20 year old plants with high yield potential

  10. pruning established plants weeding transplants

  11. Lunar BerriesDick & Barbara PoznyszMattapoisett, MA good resources and pre-plant preparation

  12. application of mulch could prevent weed growth

  13. YIELD SIGNIFANTLY GREATER IN FERTILIZED TREATMENTS OVER UNFERTILIZED TREATMENTS 1999-2001. MULCH AND IRRIGATION DID NOT SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGE YIELD.

  14. Yield Potential-- Young Seed-grown Plants 3 year old planting assume 1 pound per plant at 800 plants per acre 800 pounds of fruit 5 year old planting assume 1.5 pounds per plant at 800 plants per acre 1200 pounds of fruit

  15. What is the crops ultimate potential?YIELD OF THE 10 HIGHEST YIELDING PLANTS EXTRAPOLATED TO POUNDS PER ACRE AND COMPARED TO TYPICAL BLUEBERRY YIELDS. Blueberry data from: Pritts and Hancock, High bush blueberry production guide. NRAES #55.

  16. Rutgers University Experiment StationCream Ridge, NJ large plants with high yield potential

  17. Revised Grower Guidelines Due In March • pest schedule • fertilizer guidelines • pruning and training

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