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UMass Cranberry Station

The mission of the UMass Cranberry Station is to maintain and enhance the economic viability of the Massachusetts cranberry industry through research, extension and to serve the public welfare by supporting economic development and protection of the environment. We have specialists in Plant Pathology, Entomology, Environmental Physiology, Plant Nutrition/Cultural Practices, Weed Science/Integrated Pest Management, and Floriculture. The Cranberry Station, located in southeastern Massachusetts, is recognized as a leader in the United States and worldwide for research and outreach programs on cranberry culture.


Insect Clinics

February 26, 2024

Be Informed! Insect Clinics are scheduled for Wednesday, May 22, 2024, and Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at UMass Cranberry Station (AD Makepeace Meeting Room and Entomology Lab). Both sessions are being held in-person from 8-10 AM (2 credits each meeting) and it's FREE to participate. For more information click here.

2024 UMass Cranberry Pesticide Safety Meeting

February 26, 2024

SAVE THE DATE!The Pesticide Safety meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, 2024, 8:00 -12:00 PM, $50 registration fee with 4 pesticide credits available. This meeting will be offered on Zoom only.  Agenda and registration form to come in the March 2024 newsletter and will be available on our website. For more information click here.

2024-2026 Chart Book

February 23, 2024

You are now able to order your 2024-2026 Chart Book!  You can choose to have your copy mailed to you,$8 mailing fee (per book), or we are offering drive-thru pickup times available in April. 

Wednesday, April 10 from 8-10:00 AM*     

Friday, April 12 from 11-1:00 PM*

Tuesday, April 16 from 8-10:00 AM              

Thursday, April 18 from 11-1:00 PM

Wednesday, April 24 1-3:00 PM

*These dates are tentative pending delivery of the Chart Book from the printer.

ORDER FORM is below. Contact Robyn Hardy at or 508-970-7635 if you have any questions.

Chart Book Order Form

UMass Amherst Researchers Receive $1.19 Million to Explore Solutions for Managing Cranberry Fruit Rot

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