Welcome to Our Community of Strawberry Growers

Join us for our 2015 Summer Tour!

NASGA is headed out to Maryland for our Summer Tour on August 11th & 12th, 2015. Check back for more information coming soon!

Check out the Summer Tour!

Become A NASGA Member

Becoming a member keeps you in the loop with member events, gives you access to great growing advice and research, and gives your business a new marketing outlet.

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Enjoyed Our 2014 Summer Tour?

Click here to revisit the tour through our 2014 Summer Tour Photo Gallery

An Invitation to the Research Community

You are invited to submit a proposal on strawberry research for consideration by NASGA.  Included with this message are guidelines for you or others at your institution, to submit proposals for our 2015 funding decisions.  Please forward this invitation to your colleagues in plant pathology, entomology and weed science. NASGA supports research in strawberry production that will benefit its grower members.

Click here for more information about approval and funding.

Symposium Talks

The useful information found in our 2015 Symposium Talks is now accessible for NASGA members!

Click here to browse presentations and documents from the seminars.

A Legacy of Education

Our organization has helped grow the strawberry community with over 35 years of dedicated research, educational farm tours, and more.

Check out the history of our organization.

XIth International Rubus and Ribes Symposium

Asheville NC, June 21- June 24, 2015

Find out more!

Attention Members

Password Update

The 2013-2014 password is in effect.
If you have not received your password by mail, please Contact Kevin Schooley.

Our December 2014 Newsletter is Now Online in the members section.

In this issue:

  • From the President
  • Executive Director's Report
  • Upcoming Events
  • Symposium Information
  • We invite you to the 8th North American Strawberry Symposium to be held Feb. 3-6, 2015 in Ventura, California, USA. This meeting of strawberry scientists and producers from around the globe promises to be remarkable. California, where nearly 90% of U.S. strawberries are grown, features a unique coastal environment with its western ocean exposure, moderate temperatures,

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(Please use the new, 2014-2015 password. If you haven't received it by mail, Contact Kevin Schooley.)