In dialogue with Infomercado, Pablo Eyheralde, Rapel's general manager, said that of the 4000 hectares owned by the company, 3000 are highly productive for fruits such as table grapes, blueberries, and Tahiti lemon. Find out more in the following note.
According to Fred Douven of abbGrowers (Netherlands), there is a high demand for blueberries. “Most of the blueberries come from Chile. The Peruvian supply is also going well. In addition, they are now [...]
In this installment of the 'Agronometrics In Charts' series, Sarah Ilyas surveys the state of the Peruvian blueberry season. Each week, the series looks at a different horticultural product, focusing on a specific origin or theme and visualizing the market factors that are driving change.
While blueberries are known to be susceptible to postharvest injury, which causes the fruit to soften or split during harvesting, handling, and storage, UGA researchers are trying to find out why some crops experience higher losses.
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