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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cranberry

Cranberries are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs or trailing vines in the subgenus Oxycoccus .... During the growing season cranberry beds are not flooded, but are irrigated regularly to maintain soil moisture. ... Harvested cranberries float in the water and can be corralled into a corner of the bed and conveyed or pumped ...

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The old rule-of-thumb states that cranberry vines need approximately an inch of water a week to grow. Growers use water to protect cranberries from frost and ...

www.cranberries.org/how-cranberries-grow/fall

Cranberries have pockets of air inside the fruit. Because of this, cranberries float in water, and thus, the bogs can be flooded to aid in removal of fruit from the ...

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These bogs are the workplaces of the nearly 400 cranberry growing families of the ... These factors include acid peat soil, an adequate fresh water supply, and a ... Normally, growers do not replant each year since an undamaged cranberry ...

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A lot of people think that cranberries grow under water. Makes sense, since we usually see the berries floating on top of the water. But, what we're seeing is ...

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Nov 11, 2014 ... Go underwater and high overhead to see cranberries as you've never seen them before. We unlock the secrets — and bust some myths — of ...
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Oct 26, 2006 ... We were there for the harvest and GMA had this little production on the harvest.

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Cranberries grow on trailing vines in soil composed of sand, gravel, peat and clay during the growing season, but they do not grow in water. Growers flood the  ...

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When you see video of cranberries being harvested, you see people in high- waders walking through large, water-filled bogs of floating berries. These berries  ...

science.howstuffworks.com/life/botany/cranberry-bogs.htm

What is it about the cranberry that enables it to grow and thrive in a bog? ... acidic waters, peat deposits and a spongy, mat-like substance on the water's surface.