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Upstate New York Berry Farms

 

  • New York State Berry Growers Association.  "Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and other berries are indeed the fruit for the new millennium. More and more berries are being recognized for both their nutritional and health value. Berries are not only beautiful to behold, but tasty and enjoyed by people of all ages. Demand for berries continues to increase, and they receive favorable reviews in public media.

    The New York berry industry may seem small compared to vegetables and other agricultural crops, but is an important part of New York State agriculture. It is healthy, but like all of agriculture it faces challenges, in production, marketing, and other issues such as labor, regulations, and taxes. Berry growers need to continue their education plus be recognized by researchers and others as having an industry voice." 

 

 

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