Denise Attaway | 5/25/2011 12:17:00 AM
Cranberry fruitworm is one of the most serious pests of blueberries in the eastern United States. Some fields have suffered 50 percent to 70 percent fruit loss. Infested berries may be harvested and packaged without detection, resulting in consumers finding larvae in packaged berries.
More research-based information to help producers grow and maintain blueberry crops is available at eXtension.
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