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Nurseries for Blackberries and Raspberries

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Nursery Guide for Berry & Small Fruit Crops
This two-part nursery guide for berry growers cross references scores of cultivars with the nurseries that sell them. Includes nurseries that sell blackberry and raspberry plants among others. Guide from Cornell University. Visit the nurseries overview page or go directly to:

Nurseries Licensed to Propagate ‘Von’ Blackberry

* Plants may be in limited supply, place orders one year or more in advance

AgriStarts, Inc.
1728 Kelly Park Road
Apopka, FL 32712
Tel.: (407) 889-8055 Fax: (407) 889-2523
[email protected]
https://www.agristarts.com/

North American Plants, INC
P.O.Box 743,
Lafayette, Oregon 97127
877-NAP-INFO (627-4636)
Fax: 503-474-0872
Email: [email protected]

Phyllatech
Mailing address:
PO BOX 729
Farmville AR 27828

Office location:
3380 East Wilson St
Farmville, NC 27828

Nurseries Licensed to Propagate ‘Nantahala’ Red Raspberry

North American Plants, LLC
P.O. Box 743,
Lafayette, OR 97127
877-NAP-INFO (627-4636)
Fax: 503-474-0872
[email protected]
https://www.naplants.com/

Phyllatech
Mailing address:
PO BOX 729
Farmville AR 27828

Office location:
3380 East Wilson St
Farmville, NC 27828

Detailed list of suppliers of University of Arkansas patented fruit cultivars. Includes contact information and cultivars provided for each breeder.

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Blackberry & Raspberry Information

This website is a one-stop-shop for agricultural resources pertaining to the production, management, and marketing of blackberries and raspberries often referred to collectively as “caneberries,” “brambles,” “brambleberries” or “bramble fruits.”

Growers and extension agents can find research-based information specific to North Carolina blackberry and raspberry production on this site, whether the information originated in the Department of Horticultural Science, Agricultural and Resource Economics, Plant Pathology, Entomology or the State Climate Office. There are also links to national and international research initiatives that include NC State personnel. Success in agriculture requires a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional approach.

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In addition to faculty contributions, this site will include feature articles about growers and industry representatives sharing their own experiences. New growers will find resources specific to start-up, while new and experienced growers will recognize the convenience of the weather/climate links. There are also Twitter, Facebook and Blogger links for those who like to stay in touch via social media.

When a question about blackberries or raspberries comes to mind there’s no need to go globetrotting across the Internet; one stop at the Blackberry and Raspberry Information Portal will provide the answer.

Blackberry & Raspberry Market Statistics from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services