During the growing season cranberry beds are not flooded, but are irrigated ... To
harvest cranberries, the beds are flooded with six to eight inches of water ...
The Massachusetts Growing Season... The old rule-of-thumb states that
cranberry vines need approximately an inch of water a week to grow. Growers
use water ...
These factors include acid peat soil, an adequate fresh water supply, and a ...
Normally, growers do not replant each year since an undamaged cranberry vine
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 ...
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
Actually, a bog is an area of soft, marshy ground, usually near wetlands, where
cranberries love to grow. During the harvest, water is pumped in and out so it ...
Feb 24, 2007 ... 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 ...
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
Nov 11, 2014 ... http://howgrow.org/ Go underwater and high overhead to see cranberries as you'
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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.