We help growers in western North America to cultivate improved cranberry seedlings from Rutgers University.
Orders must be placed by the grower with Rutgers, who ship directly to us. We then propagate rooted cranberry cuttings in 96-cell horticultural trays. These trays are adaptable to mechanical planters.
We typically begin growing starter plants in late April or early May. The plants are ready for transplanting in July, which gives you plenty of time to prepare your beds. Need plants for early spring? We can speed things up and help you to determine the best delivery time.
Whatever your schedule, it pays to plan ahead. We need several weeks to place and ship your Rutgers order. Plus, it takes 10-12 weeks to grow your plants before transplanting.
If you’re ready to get started, please give us a call. We’ll help you acquire the licensing agreement from Rutgers and place your first order.
To learn more about our starter plant services, please contact us today.