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Berry plants are susceptible to the predations of weevils, but not all berries have the same issues with the busy creatures. These nocturnal pests can be controlled, according to entomologists Tracy Hueppelsheuser of BCAGRI more

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Raspberry tunnels

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Berries and raspberries are grown in tunnels around the world, but are they right for B.C. growers? more

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Significant announcements, including the creation of a new entity and an increase to grower levies, were made at the March 2016 annual general meeting of the Raspberry Industry Development Council and BC Raspberry Growers Association. more

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Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) has been harassing Lower Mainland berry growers for five years. more

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The weather played out like an epic novel, but were there heroes in this tale. more

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A true sign summer is just around the corner is the arrival of BC berries to our farmers markets and produce stores. more

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Strawberries

By Andrea Walker

This year’s Fruit Fashion Darlings. Looking at the numbers is one thing, but what really happened with fruit crops this year? more

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Year-in-Review - what's happened in 2014 in fruit and wine! Exclusive Interview with Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Norm Letnick and BCFGA president, Fred Steele, BC Wine Acreage report, Comings and Goings in the wine industry and more . . . more

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The Lower Mainland Horticultural Improvement Association organizes the Annual Growers’ Short Course. 2015 is the 57th annual event.Don't miss out on your chance to register. Details below... more

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Raspberries

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2013 Year in Review. In B.C. we are lucky that from early summer to late fall, road trips include the delicious taste of locally grown berries. more

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Year-in-Review: what happened in grapes, wine, apples, cherries, berries and more! Land, Labour and Liquor Laws, Annual interview with the BC Agriculture Minister Pat Pimm, and a guide to the Pacific Agriculture Show and much more! more

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