Cranberries are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs or trailing vines in the
subgenus Oxycoccus ... The fruit is a berry that is larger than the leaves of the
plant; it is initially light green, turni...
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 ...
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 ...
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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Oct 26, 2006 ... We do have to drive 50 miles to get $3 worth of berries, but it is the experience. ...
wow uhmm this means, cranberry grows in the water?!?!.
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Nov 11, 2014 ... Go underwater and high overhead to see cranberries as you've never seen them
before. ... They do crush them a bit, and that's why they try to harvest as ... why
don't we have this in Mich. we have plenty of water around?
Where Do Cranberries Grow? Cranberries do not grow underwater. ... Bogs and
Marshes remain flooded with water that freezes and insulates the vines from ...
Aug 26, 2015 ... Every October, cranberry bogs full of low-growing, fruit-bearing, woody vines ...
As harvesters drive through, the mature cranberries separate from the vines,
rising to the water's surface as a .... How do animals see in the dark?
We are proud to be the world's leading producer of cranberry beverages as well
... to bring quality products to you - though, that sure is a big part of what we do.
A relative to the blueberry, cranberries grow like some blueberries do--on low-
lying vines. They can ... The other harvesting option is to flood the bogs with