Amazing look at a cranberry harvest: you haven’t seen anything like this before! 2/12/2016 •

Have you ever seen a cranberry harvest? And do you know how this berry is cultivated commercially? We bet you will be surprised because it is something unusual and impressive!

In North America cranberry has been cultivated for more than 180 years already. The USA grows the most cranberries on the planet – about 250 thousand tons yearly! Today there are no less than 200 different cultivars of the tart berry that vary in form, color and size of the fruit.

Have you learnt something new about cranberry? Did you know how it is grown and harvested? You are welcome to leave your comments!

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