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Publications of the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station: Newsletter: News from the Berry Patch

Title Changes

News from the Berry Patch ran from 1994 to 1998 and than changed its name to The Berry Basket. Which ran from 1998 to 2009.

Volume 1, 1994

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

1/1

May 1994

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

1/1

May 1994

Update - Missouri Small Fruit Grower

Patrick Byers

1

1/1

May 1994

What Works in Advertising

Patrick Byers

2

1/1

May 1994

Update - Worker Protection Standard

Missouri Department of Agriculture

2

1/1

May 1994

A "Berry" Good Question: I understand that organic matter in my soil provides many benefits such as increased nutrient and water holding capacity and better tilth, but does organic matter provide any nutritional benefits to plants? While we're talking about soil, what exactly is pH? Is it really that important?

the editors

3

1/1

May 1994

Helpful Hints: Eat your fiber!: Plan ahead; To change soil pH; How much fertilizer to apply; Pest management; Water is money; All abuzz.

the editors

4

1/2

Sept 1995

From the Editors

Patrick Byers

1

1/2

Sept 1995

Equipment for the Small Fruit Grower

Gaylord Moore

1

1/2

Sept 1995

What is Organic Small Fruit Production, Part I

Patrick Byers

2

1/2

Sept 1995

Worker Protection Scheduled for Full Implementation in January (excerpts)

Missouri Department of Agriculture

2

1/2

Sept 1995

A "Berry" Good Question: I keep reading about berms. What is a berm and what are the benefits of berming? How important is the yearly removal of dead bramble canes?

the editors

3

1/2

Sept 1995

Helpful Hints: Check your sawdust; Recommended reading; Small fruit is not for the birds!

the editors

4

Volume 2, 1995

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

2/1

Feb 1995

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

2/1

Feb 1995

What is Organic Small Fruit Production, Part II

Patrick Byers

1

2/1

Feb 1995

Your Missouri Small Fruit Research Programs

Patrick Byers

2

2/1

Feb 1995

Did you know...[blueberries, gooseberries]

the editors

2

2/1

Feb 1995

A "Berry" Good Question: Wildlife damage, especially deer, have been a problem in my fruit plantings. Are you aware of any new control techniques that are successful?

the editors

3

2/1

Feb 1995

Helpful Hints: Where to look; How much should I plant; Its the law; Book review of "Uncommon Fruits Worth of Note" by Lee Reich

the editors

4

2/2

May/July 1995

From the Editors

Patrick Byers

1

2/2

May/July 1995

Chism's Harvest Farm

Gaylord Moore

1

2/2

May/July 1995

Pricing for Small Fruit Crops

Patrick Byers

2

2/2

May/July 1995

A "Berry" Good Question: I'm ordering nursery stock for planting in 1996. How can I find a good source of quality stock?

the editors

3

2/2

May/July 1995

Helpful Hints: Checklist for Harvest

Marilyn Odneal

4

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

Diversity for the Small Fruit Grower

Gaylord Moore

1

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

Missouri Highland Farms

Patrick Byers

1

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

Bramble insect Pests

Bruce Barrett

3

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

Helpful Hints: Strawberry fertilization

the editors

3

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

A "Berry" Good Question: Weed control is a problem in my strawberries. Do you have any thoughts on how to best manage weeds in my berries?

the editors

4

2/3

Aug/Oct 1995

Fall Chores after Harvest

Gaylord Moore

4

2/4

Winter 1995/96

From the Editors

Patrick Byers

1

2/4

Winter 1995/96

Diversity for the Small Fruit Grower

Gaylord Moore

1

2/4

Winter 1995/96

Small Fruit Breeding: Why Bother and What's It All About? - Part I

Chad Finn

2

2/4

Winter 1995/96

A "Berry" Good Question: Last year I failed to mulch my strawberries and didn't notice any big change in production or other problems. Is mulching a must for good strawberry production practices?

the editors

3

2/4

Winter 1995/96

Helpful Hints: Plant a tree and Publications of interest

the editors

4

Volume 3, 1996

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

3/1

Win/Spr 1996

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

3/1

Win/Spr 1996

Irrigation Water Quality Problems and Solutions - Part I

Bob Shultheis

1

3/1

Win/Spr 1996

Small Fruit Breeding: Why Bother and What's It All About? - Part II

Chad Finn

2

3/1

Win/Spr 1996

Helpful Hints: On Removing Spent Floricanes

Barbara Goulart

4

3/1

Win/Spr 1996

Did you know! [re: snowfall to rainfall]

the editors

4

3/2

Sum 1996

From the Editors

Patrick Byers

1

3/2

Sum 1996

Diversity in Practice

Patrick Byers

1

3/2

Sum 1996

Irrigation Water Quality Problems and Solutions - Part II

Bob Shultheis

2

3/2

Sum 1996

A "Berry" Good Question: What is a tensiometer? Is it worth the investment?

the editors

4

3/3

Fall 1996

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

3/3

Fall 1996

Hardiness and Small Fruit Crops

Patrick Byers

1

3/3

Fall 1996

The Portacooler, a Berry Cool Idea

Gaylord Moore

2

3/3

Fall 1996

A "Berry" Good Question: Should I market my berries by weight or volume?

the editors

3

3/3

Fall 1996

A Profile of Organic Growers

the editors

4

Volume 4, 1997

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

4/1-2

Sum 1997

From the Editors

Gaylord Moore

1

4/1-2

Sum 1997

Rowcovers

Patrick Byers

1

4/1-2

Sum 1997

Dacthal in Jeopardy

Gaylord Moore

2

4/1-2

Sum 1997

A Letter to Growers

Floyd Livingston

3

4/3-4

Win 1997/98

From the Editors

Floyd Livingston

1

4/3-4

Win 1997/98

Food Safety

Patrick Byers

1

4/3-4

Win 1997/98

1998 Missouri Small Fruit Conference

Patrick Byers

2

4/3-4

Win 1997/98

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