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The N.C. Strawberry Project
The N.C. Strawberry Project is a dynamic, first-of-its-kind partnership between N.C. State University at the N.C. Research Campus and Johnson & Wales University that aims to breed a better N.C. strawberry.
Inspecting Strawberry Crowns for Cold Injury
In this video, Dr. Barclay Poling, N.C. State professor and strawberry expert, demonstrates a technique to help strawberry growers assess whether the plant crown has been injured by cold weather in late fall and/or winter.
Using a Digital Thermometer to Guide Your Decisions in Frost and Freeze Events
Dr. Barclay Poling, N.C. State professor and strawberry expert, talks about the advantages of a hand-held digital thermometer in protecting strawberry crops during cold weather.
Rating Blackberries & Raspberries for Postharvest Quality
Dr. Penelope Perkins-Veazie, N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute, discusses research that is under way on the N.C. Research Campus to develop a rating system for the firmness of blackberries and raspberries. When finalized, this system will help growers determine what variety of blackberry or raspberry is best suited for their operation.
The Produce Lady Videos
Series of short educational videos that teaches farmers how to increase sales at direct markets. Consumers will learn tips on selection, preparation, storage and preservation of North Carolina fruits and vegetables.
Sequencing the Blueberry Genome
Dr. Allan Brown is leading a team that is sequencing the blueberry genome. The work is a major step toward understanding the genetic information of the blueberry, specifically which genes are responsible for making the health-protective natural components in the fruits.
Mock Third-Party Audit for GAPs Certification
This slideshow outlines a mock third-party audit to educate N.C. Cooperative Extension agents and growers on the requirements for Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) certification.