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Maine Cranberry Publications Plus A Cranberry Bibliography

MAINE CRANBERRY PUBLICATIONS:

Some of these may be purchased online through our Extension Publications Store

  • Say ‘Aaaahhh’: Cranberries Keep the Doctor AND Dentist Away! (1 page) Prepared by Charles Armstrong. 2005. (pdf version) (html version).
  • Commercial Cranberry Production in Maine: An Introduction (Bulletin #2247) (8 pages) by David Handley; Updated by Charles Armstrong in 2003. Purchase a Printed Copy Online.
  • Maine Cranberry Insect Calendar (Bulletin #2520) by Charles Armstrong. Purchase a Printed Copy Online for $3.00.
  • [Identification] Key to Larvae Found on Maine Cranberry Beds (Bulletin #2501) by Charles Armstrong. 8½ x 11″, 2-sided and laminated; describes 9 insect larvae that you are most likely to find after taking sweeps on a cranberry bed in Maine (wild or commercial bogs); To order, send $5.00 (per copy–US funds) ($5.25 if you reside in Maine, due to sales tax) to: Univ. of Maine Cooperative Extension, Pest Management Office, c/o Charles Armstrong, Orono, ME  04473-1295; Make checks or money orders payable to UMCE. NOTE: Maine cranberry growers are entitled to 1 free copy.
  • Fruits for Health — Cranberries (Bulletin #4308) Revised and updated by Extension Professional, Lisa Fishman. Originally developed by Extension Nutrition Specialist, Nellie Hedstrom.

A CRANBERRY BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Entries were selected based on relevance and/or interest.  There are surely countless others that could and/or ‘should’ be here.  Feel free to email us with suggestions for additional entries.


Maine-Related:

Armstrong, C. 1998. “The Mighty Cranberry.” Water Gardening. May/June. 3(1): 24-28.

“Down East, A ‘New Red Tide’.” 1997. Cranberries: The National Cranberry Magazine. Ed: Carolyn Gilmore. Oct.  61(9): 18-19 + cover photo;

Lasell, J. 2000. “Wyman’s Finest Crew Sets A Record: Women field cranberries where the blueberry is king.” Cranberries. Rochester, Massachusetts. Dec. 2000/Jan. 2001. 64(11): 16-17.

Oertel, Bob. 1996. “A Conservation Plan for Every Cranberry Grower.” Land and Water: The Magazine of Natural Resource Management and Restoration. 40(4): 41-43.

Textor, K. 1996. “Crazy Over Cranberries.” Down East: The Magazine of Maine. Oct. pp. 40-44,66.


Health-Related:

[See also the health research section of the Cranberry Institute's website which has a library of its own relative to health studies that have been published on the topic of cranberries!]

Avorn, J., M. Monane, J. H. Gurwitz, R. J. Glynn, I. Choodnovsky, and L. A. Lipsitz. 1994. “Reduction of bacteriuria and pyuria after ingestion of cranberry juice.” J. of the Amer. Med. Assoc. Chicago. The Association. March 9th. 271(10): 751-754.

“Cranberry Herbal.” 2000. Herbs at Home: Herbs for Everyday Living. Publisher and Editor, Jen L. Jones. Autumn Issue. 11(3): 32-35, with 3 extra cranberry recipes on page 21 under “Kitchen Notes.”

Engelhart, M. J., M. I. Geerlings, A. Ruttenberg, J. C. Van Swieten, A. Hofman, J. C. M. Witteman and M. M. B. Breteler. 2002. “Dietary Intake of Antioxidants and Risk of Alzheimer Disease.” J. of the Amer. Med. Assoc. Chicago. The Association. June 26th. pp. 3223-3229.

Fleet, J. C. 1994. “New support for a folk remedy: cranberry juice reduces bacteriuria and pyuria in elderly women.” Nutrition Review. Lawrence, Kan. International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI). May. 52(5): 168-178.

Morris, M. C., D. A. Evans, J. L. Bienias, C. C. Tangney, D. A. Bennett, N. Aggarwal, R. S. Wilson, P. A. Scherr. 2002. “Dietary Intake of Antioxidant Nutrients and the Risk of Incident Alzheimer Disease in a Biracial Community Study.” J. of the Amer. Med. Assoc. Chicago. The Association. June 26th. pp. 3230-3237.

Munson, M. 1994. “‘Berry’ reasonable remedy: study upholds bladder infection home remedy, cranberry-juice cocktail.” Prevention. 46(7): 26.

Vinson, J. A., X. Su, L. Zubik, and P. Bose. 2001.   “Phenol Antioxidant Quantity and Quality in Foods: Fruits.” J. of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Nov. 49(11): 5315-5321.

“Yes it cran! (cranberry juice as home remedy for urinary problems).” 1994. Newsletter of the People’s Medical Society. 13(3): 7.


Plant-Related (IPM, Fertilizers, Pollination, Frost, Growth, etc.):

Abdallah, A. Y., and J. P. Palta. 1989. “Changes in the freezing stress resistance of the cranberry leaf, flower bud, and fruit during growth and development.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 241: 273-276.

Allan, D. L., B. D. Cook, and C. J. Rosen. 1994. “Nitrogen form and solution pH effect on organic acid content of cranberry roots and shoots.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 29(4): 313-315.

Antonelli, A., K. Patten, P. Bristow, and C. Shanks, Jr. 1992. “Cranberry insect, disease and weed control program.” Extension Bulletin from the Washington State Univ. Cooperative Extension Serv. Pullman, Wa. revised. 8 pp.

Antonelli, A., K. Patten, P. Bristow, and C. Shanks, Jr. 1991. “Cranberry insect, disease and weed control program.” Extension Bulletin from the Washington State Univ. Cooperative Extension Serv. Pullman, Wa. revised. 8 pp.

Averill, A. L., and M. M. Sylvia. 1998. Cranberry Insects of the Northeast. Dept. of Entomology and Cranberry Experiment Station, Univ. of Massachusetts at Amherst.  For your own copy, send address and $35 check (shipping included), payable to UMass, to: UMass Cranberry Experiment Station, PO BOX 569, EAST WAREHAM, MA  02538. Attn: Martha Sylvia.

Averill, A. L. 1993. “Implementing and extending low-input cranberry production.” Sustainable Agric. Res. and Education (SARE) or Agric. in Concert with the Envir. ACE Research Projects. p. 33.

Baumann, T. E., and G. W. Eaton. 1986. “Competition among berries on the cranberry upright.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 111(6): 869-872.

Beckwith, C. S. 1922. “Cranberry growing in New Jersey.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 144. ill. 39 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1925. “Weeds of cranberry bogs.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 171. ill. 22 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1931. “Cranberry growing in New Jersey.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 246. ill. 40 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1934. “Cranberry fireworms.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 321. 4 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1934. “Cranberry girdler.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 314. 4 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1934. “Cranberry fertilizer.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 313. 1 p.

Beckwith, C. S. 1934. “Cranberry blossom worm.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 312. 4 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1934. “Cranberry false blossom.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 275. ill. 4 pp.

Beckwith, C. S. 1937. “Sanding cranberry bogs.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 371. 4 pp.

Better Homes and Gardens Five Seasons Cranberry Book. Des Moine, Iowa. Meredith Pub. 112 pp.

Birrenkott, B. A., C. A. Henson, and E. J. Stang.. 1991. “Carbohydrate levels and the development of fruit in cranberry.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. ill. 116(2): 174-178.

Birrenkott, B. A. 1989. “Pollination and pollen tube growth in relation to cranberry fruit development.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 114(5): 733-737.

Burros, M. Feb. 23, 1994. “Tales for old wives, true and otherwise: health value and mythology of chicken, fish, cranberries.” The New York Times. Vol. 143, pB1(N) pC1(L), col. 5.

Buszek, B. R. 1991. The Cranberry Connection. Nimbus Publishing Ltd. CN, Green Pub. 208 pp.

Cardellina, J. H., II., and J. Meinwald. 1980. “Isolation of parasorbic acid from the cranberry plant, Vaccinium macrocarpon [Allelochemical activity].” Phytochemistry. Oxford, Pergamon Press. 19(10): 2199-2200.

Caruso, F. L., and D. C. Ramsdell. 1995. Compendium of Blueberry and Cranberry Diseases. APS Press. 87 pp.

Caruso, F. L. 1986. “Phytophthora root rot of the cultivated cranberry in Massachusetts (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Vaccinium culture, May 1989. International Society for Horticulture, E. J. Stang, ed.

Caruso, F. L., and W. F. Wilcox. 1990. “Phytophthora cinnamomi as a cause of root rot and dieback of cranberry in Massachusetts.” Plant Diseases. American Phytopathological Society. St. Paul, Mn. 74(9): 664-668.

Ceponis, M. J., and A. W. Stretch. 1983. “Berry color, water immersion time, rot, and physiological breakdown of cold-stored cranberry fruits Harvest, maturity, Vaccinium macrocarpon, fungal rot.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 18(5): 733-737.

Chaplin, M. H., and L. W. Martin. 1979. “Seasonal changes in leaf element content of cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.” Commun. Soil Sci. Plant. Anal. New York, Dekker. 10(6): 895-902.

Cockfield, S. D., and D. L. Mahr. 1992. “Flooding cranberry beds to control blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).” J. of Economic Entomology. Lanham, Md. Entomological Society of America. 85(6): 2383-2388.

Cockfield, S. D., and D. L. Mahr. 1994. “Prediction models for flight activity of the cranberry girdler (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Wisconsin.” Great Lakes Entomol. East Lansing, Mi. Michigan Entomological Society. 27(2): 107-112.

Cockfield, S. D., S. M. Fitzpatrick, K. Patten, D. Henderson, T. Dittl, A. Poole, C. Shanks, and D. L. Mahr. 1994. “Modeling of blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) oviposition and pheromone-trap catches.” J. of Economic Entomology. Lanham, Md. Entomological Society of America. 87(3): 787-792.

Cockfield, S. D., S. L. Butkewich, K. S. Samoil, and D. L. Mahr. 1994. “Forecasting flight activity of Sparganothis sulfureana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in cranberries.” J. of Economic Entomology. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 87(1): 193-196.

Cockfield, S. D., and D. L. Mahr. 1993. “Consequences of feeding site selection on growth and survival of young blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Environ. Entomology. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 22(3): 607-612.

Cockfield, S. D., and D. L. Mahr. 1993. “Hatch of eggs of overwintering blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in response to duration of winter.” J. of Economic Entomology. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 86(1): 117-122.

Cross, C. E. 1976. “The modern art of cranberry cultivation.” Univ. of Massachusetts Cooperative Extension Serv. Publication No. 12.

Czuchajowska, Z. and T. Straczek. 1979. “Seasonal changes of pigments concentration in the leaves of Vaccinium myrtillus [bilberry] and Vaccinium vitis-idaea [mountain cranberry] and the influence of industrial emissions [Air pollution, defense reaction]. Acta. Soc. Bot. Pol. Tow. Bot. Warszawa, Panstwowe Wydawn. Naukowe. 48(4): 551-558.

Czuchajowska, Z. 1979. “Seasonal changes of pH hydrogen-ion concentration and buffer capacity of aqueous homogenates of Vacciniumvitis-idaea cowberries and Vaccinium myrtillus bilberries leaves. Acta. Soc. Bot. Pol. Warszawa, Panstwowe Wydawn. Naukowe. 48(1): 35-46.

Dana, M. N. 1983. “Cranberry cultivar list (Vaccinium macrocarpon).” Fruit Var. Journal. American Pomological Society. University Park. 37(4): 88-95.

Dana, M. N. 1989. “The American cranberry industry.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 241: 287-294.

Davenport, J. R., C. DeMoranville, J. Hart, and T. Roper. 2000. Nitrogen for Bearing Cranberries in North America. Oregon State University. Prepared by the Mineral Nutrition Working Group, part of the North American Cranberry Research and Extension Workers.

Davenport, J. R., and J. Provost. 1994. “Cranberry tissue nutrient levels as impacted by three levels of nitrogen fertilizer and their relationship to fruit yield and quality.” J. of Plant Nutrition. Monticello, N. Y. Marcel Dekker, Inc. 17(10): 1625-1634.

Davenport, J. R., and C. J. DeMoranville. 1993. “A survey of several soil physical characteristics of cultivated cranberry bog soils in North America.” Community Soil Sci. Plant Animal. New York, N. Y. Marcel Dekker, Inc. 24(13/14): 1769-1773.

Davis, D. C., and A. Y. Shawa. 1983. “Reducing injury during mechanical harvesting of cranberries.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 108(3): 444-447.

DeMoranville, C. J., and J. R. Davenport. 1994. “Field evaluation of potassium supplements in cranberry production.” J. of Small Fruit Vitic. Binghamton, N. Y. Food Products Press. 2(3): 81-87.

DeMoranville, C. J. 1987. “Effect of commercial calcium-boron and manganese-zinc formulations on fruit set of cranberries.” J. of Horticultural Science. Ashford. Headley Brothers, Ltd. 62(2): 163-169.

DeMoranville, C. J., and K. H. Deubert. 1986. “Seasonal patterns of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium in the leaves of the Massachusetts cranberry.” Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Animal. New York, N. Y. Marcel Dekker. 17(8): 869-884.

Dixon, D. C. 1989. “Belt design facilitates dewatering of berries; conveyors handle 36 million lb. of cranberries per season.” Food Processing. Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. 50(10): 134.

DeMoranville, C. J. 1989. “Cranberry nutrition and fertility: the need for multi-year experiments.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 241: 145-150.

Doolittle, J., P. Fletcher, and J. Turenne. 1992. “Cranberry bog morphology in southeast Massachusetts kettles and outwash channels.” Proceedings of the 8th International Soil Correl. Meeting (ISCM). Soil Conservation. Washington, D. C. pp. 87-92.

Doughty, C. C. 1984. “Some effects of minor elements on cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.) growth [Chlorotic leaf symptoms]. Can. J. of Plant Sci. Rev. Can. Phytotechnie. Ottawa: Agric. Institute of Canada. 64(2): 339-348.

Eastwood, B. A Complete Manual for the Cultivation of Cranberries with a Description of the Best Varieties. C. M. Saxton Pub. N. Y. 120 pp. with 10 leaves of plates.

Eck, P. 1985. “Response of the American cranberry to phosphorus fertilizer. Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 165: 299-301.

Eck, P. 1990. The American Cranberry. Rutgers University Press. ill. 450 pp.

Eck, P. 1986. “Cranberry.” In: Monselise, S. P., ed. CRC Handbook of Fruit Set and Development. Boca Raton, Fl. CRC Press. ill. pp. 109-117.

Faraq, K. M., and J. P. Palta. 1989. “Ultrastructure and surface morphology of cranberry plant (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait) with reference to ethrel penetration.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 241: 378-384.

Faraq, K. M., J. P. Palta, and E. J. Stang. 1989. “Field application of new ethrel formulations for early color enhancement in cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.) fruit.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 241: 373-377.

Filmer, R. S., and C. A. Doehlert. 1959. “Use of honeybees in cranberry bogs.” Circular from New Jersey Agric. Experiment Station. New Brunswick, N. J. No. 588. 4 pp.

Finn, C. E., C. J. Rosen, and J. J. Luby. 1990. “Nitrogen form and solution pH effects on root anatomy of cranberry.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 25 (11): 1419-1421.

Fitzpatrick, S. M., and J. T. Troubridge. 1993. “Fecundity, number of diapausing eggs, and egg size of successive generations of the blackheaded fireworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on cranberries.” Environ. Entomology. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 22(4): 818-823.

Franklin, H. J. 1946. “Weather and cranberry production: weather and water as factors in cranberry production.” Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 443. pp. 3-36.

Franklin, H. J. 1948. “Cranberry insects in Massachusetts (Part I).” Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 445.

Franklin, H. J. 1950. “Cranberry insects in Massachusetts (Parts II-VII).” Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 445.

Franklin, H. J. 1952. “Cranberry insects in Massachusetts (Supplement).” Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 445.

Graff, G. M., et al. 1986. “Factors affecting the anthocyanin content of cranberry.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 111(4): 612-617.

Greene, E. 1993. The Legend of the Cranberry. New York. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. ill. 32 pp.

Halvorsen, K. 1993. “Tight supplies dim cranberry outlook.” Supermarket News. 43(47): 29.

Hamblin, L. 1987. “Wildlife aspects–conflicting factors.” Proceedings of the Cranberry Culture and the Environment Conference in Sandwich, Ma., pp. 27-28.

Hartley, L. 1991. “In the N. J. Pinelands, the color of money is a cranberry red.” Philadelphia Business Journal. 10(38): 29.

Hedstrom, W. E. 1993. “Closed water control system design for cranberry plantations.” Amer. Soc. Agric. Engineers. St. Joseph, Mich. p. 29.

Holloway, P. S., R. M. Van-Veldhuizen, C. Stushnoff, and D. K. Wildung. 1982. “Vegetative growth and nutrient levels of lingonberries grown in four Alaskan substrates, Vaccinium vitis-idaea spp. minus.” Can. J. of Plant Science. Rev. Can. Phytotechnie. Ottawa. Agric. Institute of Canada. 62(4): 969-977.

Holloway, P. S., R. M. Van-Veldhuizen, C. Stushnoff, and D. K. Wildung. 1982. “Effects of light intensity on vegetative growth of lingonberries, Vaccinium vitis-idaea spp. minus.” Can. J. of Plant Science. Rev. Can. Phytotechnie. Ottawa. Agric. Institute of Canada. 62(4): 965-968.

Holloway, P. S., C. Stushnoff, and D. K. Wildung. 1983. “Chilling and budbreak in lingonberries, Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. from Fairbanks, Alaska, Oulu, Finland, and the Pasvik River Valley, Norway.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 108(1): 88-90.

Holloway, P. S., C. Stushnoff, and D. K. Wildung. 1983. “Gibberellic acid-induced fruiting of lingonberries, Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. spp. minus (Lodd.) Hult.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 17(6): 953-954.

Hussain, M., L. Lutz, S. Stout, E. Orloski, and A. Templeton. 1983. “Identification of allelochemical from the leaves of the American cranberry plant (Vaccinium macrocarpon).” Proceedings from the 10th Annual Meeting of Plant Growth Regulators Society of America at Lake Alfred. ill. pp. 151-156.

Jamieson, A. R., R. A. Murray, I. V. Hall, and A. C. Brydon. 1990. “Performance of cranberry cultivars at Aylesford, Nova Scotia.” Fruit Var. Journal. American Pomological Society. University Park. 44(3): 155-157.

Jorgensen, E. E., and L. E. Nauman. 1994 “Disturbance in wetlands associated with commercial cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) production.” Amer. Midl. Nat. Notre Dame, Ind. University of Notre Dame. 132(1): 152-158.

Klein, S. 1990. “Cranberry classics: the traditional Thanksgiving berry (includes recipes).” Mother Earth News. No. 126, p. 62.

Kloet, S. P. 1988. Vaccinium Science: Biologically Sound and Taxonomically Robust. ill. 203 pp.

Kurz, A. Cranberries from “A” to “Z”: An Educational Picture Book. Cranberries Originals Press. P. O. Box 25, Port Edwards, Wisconsin, 54469. Tel: (715) 887-3755. ill. 32 pp.

LaBell, F. 1992. “New cranberry sauces update poultry entrees.” Food Processing. 53(5): 44.

Larson, L. J. 1989. “Method for the preliminary assessment of aquatic contamination sites using sediment extract toxicity tests.” Bull. Envir. Contam. Toxicol. New York, N. Y. Springer-Verlag. 42(2): 218-225.

Lasota, J. A. 1990. “IPM in cranberries.” In: Bostanian, N. J., L. T. Wilson, and T. J. Dennehy. Monitoring and integrated management of arthropods of small fruit crops. Andover, Hampshire. Intercept. pp. 283-292.

Lee, J. 1998. “Cranberry-Pollinating Bee Wears a Mustache.” Agricultural Research. Sept. 46(9): 16.

Lenski, L. Berries in the Scoop: A Cape Cod Cranberry Story. Pub. Philadelphia Lip. 124 pp.

MacKenzie, K. E. 1994. “Pollination requirements of the American cranberry.” J. of Small Fruit Vitic. Binghamton, N. Y. Food Products Press. 2(3): 33-44.

Mahr, D. L., S. N. Jeffers, E. J. Stang, and M. N. Dana. 1987. “Cranberry pest control in Wisconsin.” Univ. of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Serv. Publication. 12 pp.

Mahr, D. L., S. N. Jeffers, E. J. Stang, and M. N. Dana. 1988. “Cranberry pest control in Wisconsin.” Univ. of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Serv. Publication. 15 pp.

Massey, L. M., Jr., B. R. Chase, and M. S. Starr. 1982. “Effect of rough handling on CO2 (carbon dioxide) evolution from `Howes’ cranberries.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 17(1): 57-58.

Myers, R. F. 1991. “Nematodes associated with dieback disease of cranberries.” J. of Nematology. Society of Nematologists. Lake Alfred, Fl. 23: 629-633.

Norton, J. S. 1976. “The modern art of cranberry cultivation: harvesting, handling, and storing cran-berries.” Univ. of Massachusetts Cooperative Extension Serv. Publication No. 12.

“Not crazy about Craisins.” 1989. Time. 133(26): 59.

Peterson, B. S., C. S. Cross, and N. Tilden. 1968. “The cranberry industry in Massachusetts.” Dept. of Agric. Div. of Marketing. Boston, Ma. Bulletin No. 201.

Phalon, R. 1991. “The big money in bitter berries: John Swendrowski was a low-paid high school English teacher. Then he learned about cranberries. Forbes. 147(12): 77.

Procopio, N. A. and J. F. Bunnell. 2008. Stream and wetland landscape patterns in watersheds with different cranberry agriculture histories, southern New Jersey, USA. Landscape Ecology. 23:771-786.

Read, M. W. 1988. “Cranberries without a bog.” Rodale Org. Gard. Emmaus, Pa. Rodale Press. ill. 35(2): 90, 92, 94-95.

Roland, J. 1990. “Use of alternative plant species as a monitoring tool for the cranberry girdler (Lepidop-tera: Pyralidae).” Environmental Entomology. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 19(3): 721-724.

Roper, T. R., and J. S. Klueh. 1994. “Removing new growth reduces fruiting in cranberry.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 29(3): 199-201.

Roper, T. R., K. D. Patten, C. J. DeMoranville, J. R. Davenport, B. C. Strik, and A. P. Poole. 1993. “Fruiting of cranberry uprights reduces fruiting the following year.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 28(3): 228.

Ross, D. S., H. L. Brodie, and L. E. Carr. 1984. “Tensiometer for irrigation management.” Univ. of Maryland Cooperative Extension Service. Ag. Engineering Facts No. 146.

Ryan, N. 1990. “A holiday feast without cranberries? (cranberry crop small this year).” J. of Commerce and Commercial. 386(27361): 9A.

Ryugo, K. 1988. “Cranberry and blueberries, Vaccinium spp.” In: Fruit Culture: Its Science and Art. Wiley & Sons, Inc. Canada.

Sanderson, P. G., and S. N. Jeffers. 1992. “Cranberry cottonball: dispersal periods of primary and secondary inocula of Monilinia oxycocci, host susceptibility, and disease development.” Phyto-pathology. St. Paul, Mn. American Phytopathological Society. 82(4): 384-392.

Sapers, G. M., and D. L. Hargrave. 1987. “Proportions of individual anthocyanins in fruits of cranberry cultivars.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 112 (1): 100-104.

Sapers, G. M., J. G. Phillips, H. M. Rudolf, and A. M. DiVito. 1983. “Cranberry quality: selection procedures for breeding programs.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 108(2): 241-246.

Sapers, G. G., S. B. Jones, and G. T. Maher. 1983. “Factors affecting the recovery of juice and anthocyanin from cranberries.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 108(2): 246-249.

Schardt, D. 1994. “Take two walnuts … and call me in the morning.” Nutr. Action. Health Letters. Washington, D. C. Center for Science in the Public Interest. 21(2): 8-9.

Scorza, R., W. V. Welker, and L. J. Dunn. 1984. “The effects of glyphosate, auxin, and cytokinin combinations on in vitro development of cranberry node explants.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 19(1): 66-68.

Serres, R., and B. McCown. 1994. “Rapid flowering of microcultured cranberry plants.” J. of Horticultural Science. The Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Science. Alexandria, Va. 29(3): 159-161.

Serres, R. A., B. H. McCown, E. L. Zeldin, E. J. Stang, and D. E. McCabe. 1993. “Applications of biotechnology to cranberry: a model for fruit crop improvement.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 345: 149-156.

Shanks, C. H., Jr., and F. Agudelo-Silva. 1990. “Field pathogenicity and persistence of heterorhabditid and steinernematid nematodes (Nematoda) infecting black vine weevil larvae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in cranberry bogs.” J. of Economic Entomol. Entomological Society of America. Lanham, Md. 83: 107-110.

Shawa, A. Y. 1980. “Control of weeds in cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) with glyphosate and terbacil phytotoxicity.” Weed Science. Champaign, Ill., Weed Science Society of America. 28(5): 565-568.

Slessor, K. N., et al. 1987. “Sex pheromone of blackheaded fireworm, Rhopobota naevana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), a pest of cranberry.” J. of Chemical Ecology. New York, N. Y. Plenum Press. 13(5): 1163-1170.

Stang, E. J. 1993. “The North American cranberry industry.” Acta-hortic. Wageningen. International Society for Horticultural Science. 346: 284-298.

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