Reviewed 4/01 Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service Page 1 of 2 Fruit • HO-17-W Department of Horticulture Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service • West Lafayette, IN Commonly Available Gooseberry Cultivars There are two types of gooseberries, American and European.
Crop Profile for Currants in New York Prepared: March 2, 2000 General Production Information ● State Rank: NA ● % U.S. Production: NA ● Acres of Bearing Age: ~9 ● Acres Harvested: ~9 ● Cash Value: ~$180,000 ● Yearly Production Costs: $NA Description: All forms of currant are ...
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Gooseberries and Currants Gooseberries and Currants Kirk W. Pomper, Ph.D.Kirk W. Pomper, Ph.D. Principal Investigator of HorticultPrincipal Investigator of HorticultAdjunct Assistant Professor of Horticulture/ Univ. of KentuckyAdjunct Assistant Professor of Horticulture/ Univ. of Kentucky
EC 1361 / Reprinted April 1993 $1.00 GROWING CURRANTS AND GOOSEBERRIES IN YOUR HOME GARDEN B.C. STRIK and A.D. BRATSCH Currants and gooseberries are closely related perennial bush fruits, both belonging to the genus Ribes.
a1960 g rowing currants, gooseberries, & elderberries in wisconsin ribes nigrum teryl r. roper, daniel l. mahr, patricia s. mc manus
Fact Sheet No. Gardening Series|Fruits and Vegetables ©Colorado State University Extension. 10/99. Reviewed 10/09. www.ext.colostate.edu by H. Hughes, J.E. Ells and J. Reich*
Crop Profile: Currants in New York This material is based upon work supported by the USDA-CSREES-Pest Management Alternatives Program under Award No. 99-34381-8314.
213 Introduct Ion Decisions to commercially produce specialty small fruit crops such as gooseberries and currants should be driven by availability of market outlets for the fruit.
Specialty Crop Profile: Ribes (Currants and Gooseberries) Anthony Bratsch, Extension Specialist, Vegetables and Small Fruit Jerry Williams, Associate Professor, Horticulture Introduction