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Wisconsin Cranberry School 1998 proceedings

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Roper, Teryl R., Editor
Wisconsin Cranberry School 1998 proceedings
Volume 9
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association, 1998

URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/WI.cranproc1998

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Contents

Mineral nutrition: what are the guiding principles?, DeMoranville, Carolyn pp. 1-7

The next era of land remote sensing from space: implications for cranberry growers, Gage, James D.; Dudka, Marek pp. 8-12

The effect of the Food Quality Protection Act on cranberry production, Downing, Jere; Deziel, Gary pp. 13-16

Cranberry pest management in the future, Mahr, Daniel L. pp. 17-21

Nitrogen fertilization, DeMoranville, Carolyn pp. 22-26

Toxicity of minor elements, Roper, Teryl R. pp. 27-30

Phosphorus, potassium, and minor element fertilization, DeMoranville, Carolyn pp. 31-38

Nutrition questions and answers, Smith, Jonathan D. pp. 39-44

The UW cranberry frost forecasting system, Anderson, Martha C.; Bland, William L. pp. 45-48

Diagnosing insect problems, Mahr, Daniel L. pp. 49-51

Update on plant biotechnology, McCown, Brent H. pp. 52-56

Understanding cranberry frost and winter hardiness, Workmaster, Beth Ann A.; Palta, Jiwan P. pp. 57-65

Using natural lipids to accelerate ripening and uniform color development and promote shelf life of cranberries, Özgen, Mustafa; Palta, Jiwan P. pp. 66-72

Relationship between fruit color (ripening) and shelf life of cranberries: physiological and anatomical explanation, Özgen, Mustafa; Workmaster, Beth Ann A.; Palta, Jiwan P. pp. 73-81


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