Oregon Field Guide

Oregon’s ‘Napa Valley’ Of Cranberry Farming

By Content Migration staff (Content Migration)
Oct. 5, 2012 3:30 a.m.

Oregon cranberry farmers call the state's south coast the "Napa Valley" of U.S. cranberry farming. Why? A longer growing season produces sweet berries.

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But don't believe the myth that these ruby gems grow in watery bogs. Cranberry fields are flooded only two days a year to help the farmers get the berries off the vine at harvest time. Producer - Vince Patton Videographer - Todd Sonflieth Editor - Nicholas Fisher

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Cranberry Production in Oregon
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