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Cornell Fruit Resources: Berries

Resources for Commercial Berry Growers

Minor Fruit Production

Minor Fruits are a diverse group of berry and other small fruit crops which continue to grow in popularity and develop market shares in the New York fruit production industry.

Click the links below to learn more about Minor Fruits. Or try out the Cornell Minor Fruit Website for additional information.

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General Information | Aronia | Autumn Olive | Beach Plum | Cranberries | Currants, Gooseberries, and Jostaberries (Ribes) | Elderberries | Hardy Kiwifruit | Hawthorns and Medlars | Juneberries (saskatoons) | Lingonberries | Mulberries | Persimmons and Pawpaws | Sea Buckthorn | Other | Home Growing

Crop-Specific Production

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General Information


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Aronia


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Autumn Olive


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Beach Plum


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Cranberries


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Currants, Gooseberries and Jostaberries (Ribes)


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Elderberries


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Hardy Kiwifruit


(Note: Hardy kiwifruit may smother neighboring trees if plantings are abandoned. This may have occurred once in Massachusetts and again in New York on Long Island. The plant grows as a smothering vine in these two locations.)

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Hawthorns and Medlars


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Juneberries (saskatoons)


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Lingonberries


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Mulberries


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Persimmons and Pawpaws


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Sea Buckthorn


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Other


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Information for Home Fruit Plantings


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