. Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine. Cranberries. He said "I tMnk you have a won- derful igroup of people in the Cran- berry Institute, who come down to see us in Washington and discuss their problems, quickly and efficiently. "He said he thought the USDA had accomplished much for the cranber- ry industry, particularly in relation to the the "scare" crop of 1959 and he hoped it could do more this year. Dr. C. E. Cross, station director, was in charge of a series of brief talks by station researchers. First speaker was Dr. Bert M. Zuckerman, who has just returne

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. Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine. Cranberries. He said "I tMnk you have a won- derful igroup of people in the Cran- berry Institute, who come down to see us in Washington and discuss their problems, quickly and efficiently. "He said he thought the USDA had accomplished much for the cranber- ry industry, particularly in relation to the the "scare" crop of 1959 and he hoped it could do more this year. Dr. C. E. Cross, station director, was in charge of a series of brief talks by station researchers. First speaker was Dr. Bert M. Zuckerman, who has just returne Stock Photo
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. Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine. Cranberries. He said "I tMnk you have a won- derful igroup of people in the Cran- berry Institute, who come down to see us in Washington and discuss their problems, quickly and efficiently. "He said he thought the USDA had accomplished much for the cranber- ry industry, particularly in relation to the the "scare" crop of 1959 and he hoped it could do more this year. Dr. C. E. Cross, station director, was in charge of a series of brief talks by station researchers. First speaker was Dr. Bert M. Zuckerman, who has just returned from Europe where he attended meetings of those interested in nematodes. He said this comparatively newly-known pest had been found in soils from every bog sampled in Massachusetts, but from none of the 18 Wisconsin sam- ples of soil. Dr. Cross added this might be one of the reasons why Wis- consin gets such large barrelage per acre as compared to Massachusetts. Zuckermian was in both Eiast and West Berlin just as the Berlin crisis was breaking. He said he was ap- palled by the living conditions he found in a visit to Poland. "I was glad to get back to the United States where there really is freedom of ac- tion." Irving E. Demoranville spoke on weeds. He said these were a partic- ular problem this year and he didn't know exactly how to make a report as he had nothing new he could say. However, he declared, many experi- ments are being made on new and very promising herbicides, but as yet none of these had been approved for use on cranberry bogs, so he could not recommend them. "But, I can promise you hope. We have some good chemicals under study." "But, I one new material would kill many of the most troublesome perennial weeds. He said that amino triazole, which caused the cranberry scare of 1959 absolutely does not act as re- ported, and is not a cause of caner." In fact it may be a cure. Dr. Cross s^id that it might be recommended again for cra

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