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Schedule-at-a-Glance Provides a graphic representation of when the sessions appeared in the program, and also includes the session number and last name of the presenters
Session 1: An Update on Global Fruit Market Trends with a Focus on Caneberries
Session 2: Raspberry Breeding in Canada and Washington State
- Update on Raspberry Breeding in Nova Scotia, Canada
- Update on Raspberry Breeding in BC
- Breeding Red Raspberry Cultivars for Processed and Fresh Use in Washington
Session 3: Blackberry & Raspberry Breeding: Reports from AR, OR, and NY
- Status of the Caneberry Breeding Program at the USDA-ARS in Corvallis
- Update on Breeding Raspberries and Blackberries for Cool Climate Regions
- Prime-Ark® Horizon and Other New Variety News
- Is Containerized and Substrate-Grown Blackberry Production Ready for Prime Time?
- Alternative Primocane Management for Growing Primocane-fruiting Blackberries
- Growing Blackberries in Cold Climates Using High Tunnels
- How Different High Tunnel Plastic Coverings Affect Bramble Pests and Yield
- Plastic Mulches in Raspberry: Is It Worth It?
- Growing Soil-less Raspberry under High Tunnels in Canada
- New Approaches for Raspberry Season Extension: Utah Research Results
Session 11: International Caneberry Breeding Programs
- Progress in Polish Raspberry and Blackberry Breeding and Current Fruit Production Trends
- Update on Rubus Breeding at East Malling, UK
- New Developments in Raspberry and Blackberry Breeding in Scotland
Session 12: A Thorny Issue…Where is Ag Labor Policy Headed?
Session 13: Grower Spotlight: Gardener’s Orchard, Brighton MO
Session 14: Closing the Loop-Steps to a Sustainable Clamshell
- Blackberry Consumer Market Research: Attitudes and Opinions on Fresh and Frozen Blackberries
- Recent Consumer Behavior Changes Due to COVID-19
Session 17: Coast-To-Coast Grower Panel
- Biorational Fungicides for Berry Crops: How Effective Are They?
- Investigating Causes of Blackberry Dieback: Beyond the Usual Suspects
- What is The Future of Nematode Management in Caneberries?
- Managing Diseases and Pests with UV-C Light
Session 22: A Tour of Mexican Caneberry Production
- Exploring Fruit Reversion in Blackberry
- White Drupelet Disorder: Knowns and More Unknowns
- An Updated Primer on SWD Management in Caneberry
- Competing with Wild Boys: Sterile SWD Males
- Development of New Tools for Sustainable Management of Spotted Wing Drosophila
- Going Hard on Pests and Soft on Pollinators
- Hive Quality: Why It Matters and What To Do About It
Session 30: A Decade of SWD: Lessons for Management
Session 31: Potential for Biological Control of Spotted Wing Drosophila
- Side-by-Side Comparisons of Recent Blackberry and Raspberry Varieties
- Driving Advancements in Berry Cultivar Development with a Large Collaborative Study of Wild Rubus
- Development of Off-Season Soft Fruit Production in Morocco
- Robotic Harvesters for Caneberry: Challenges and Opportunities
Session 36. Intro to Sustainability Certifications for Berry Growers (no recording currently available)
Session 37: Panel Discussion on COVID Adaptations: What We Will Continue to Do After the Pandemic
- Water Requirements in a New Planting of Trailing Blackberry
- Potential Benefits of Using Pulsed Drip Irrigation for Red Raspberry
- Pesticide Degradation in Caneberries to Meet Export Market MRLs
- A Public-private Partnership to Uncover Genetic Treasures in Rubus
- Alternative Management Systems of ‘Columbia Star’ Blackberry for Improved Machine-harvested Yield and Quality
- Aroma and Flavor Attributes of Arkansas Fresh-Market Blackberries
- Determining Force to Hand Harvest Fresh-Market Blackberries and Impact on Marketability Attributes
- Raspberry Post-harvest Qualities as Affected by Controlled Atmosphere Storage*
- Soft Robotic Gripper for Fresh-Market Blackberry Harvesting
* This poster won the Poster Competition. NARBA will be inviting posters and again holding a Poster Competition at its 2022 conference.