berry harvest News

  • Targi Kielce 2016 Award For OSKAR 4WD

    During Targi Kielce Fair 2016, OSKAR 4WD Self-Propelled Berry Harvester won a prize for the most significant innovation product. The Targi Kielce Fair and expo organised ranked second in Central and Eastern Europe.  Regularly, JAGODA JPS is awarded for the most innovative and significant ...


    By JAGODA JPS Agromachines

  • Workshop: How to Grow Bigger, Better Strawberries and Get Them Earlier

    Small-fruit researchers with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University will offer a workshop May 25 on a production method that results in larger, sweeter strawberries and can help growers extend the harvest season by weeks. Called plasticulture strawberry production, the method is an increasingly popular technique in which strawberries are planted ...


    By Ohio State University

  • TSW 2018 Award for OSKAR 4WD

    Self-Propelled Berry Harvester OSKAR 4WD Berry Harvester won the first prize!  During the TSW 2018 Fruits and Vegetable Industry Fair that took place in Warsaw, OSKAR 4WD won the first prize for the most innovative and significant contribution to the development of Polish horticulture products named after ...


    By JAGODA JPS Agromachines

  • What`s this disease?

    If you are a fan of strawberries then you have probably experienced opening a recently purchased container only to find that several berries have burst into a plume of velvety gray mold. Unfortunately, your berries have fallen prey to gray mold disease, caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea. ...


    By AgBiome, Inc.

  • SADY OGRODY 2016 – Award for OSKAR 4WD

    In the category of orchard/gardening machines, SADY OGRODY gave prizes for the most “Innovative Horticultural Product 2016” awarded the Self Propelled Harvester OSKAR 4WD from Jagoda JPS. Farmers appreciated the JAGODA JPS equipment, due to the fact that OSKAR 4WD Harvester is distinguished by low fruit ...


    By JAGODA JPS Agromachines

  • Time is ripe for wine grapes

    Grape berry ripening is occurring earlier and the harvest season is becoming shorter, possibly due to increases in atmospheric temperatures and CO2 levels. This is causing wineries considerable difficulty in accurately scheduling harvests to maximise the wine-making potential of some grape varieties. “We discovered that the application of certain plant-growth regulators can delay berry ...

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