McConnell Berry Farm
Located 10 miles south of Morgantown WV on US Route 119,
halfway between Morgantown and Grafton WV
On Our Farm . (12/6/2012)
Hurricane Sandy was not kind to us.
We had 9 inches of very heavy-wet snow which brought down several trees and
many limbs. We were without power and
telephone for several days. We have
spent several days cleaning up and have several more to go. The ice and snow brought down over twenty
posts in the blueberry fields.
Fortunately, damage to the blueberry bushes themselves was minimal with
just an occasional broken branch.
Overall the bushes look good; good growth and good fruit-bud set. We have finished putting on five truckloads
of sawdust mulch but pruning will be delayed as we have to replace most of the broken
U-Pick by appointment: 304-291-0015
The season is over for 2012. We thank all of our customers for a great
year. We hope to see you all again next
Recipes Blueberry recipes, health and
Summer apples, mid July-early August
The April freeze also killed most apple
flower buds so there will be no Lodi apples in 20012.
Lodi and Pristine
Lodi, an excellent cooking and applesauce
apple, is available mid-July.
Prisitine, a good eating and cooking apple (yellow), is available
Bee Plus Pollination supplies and services for
mason bees, a safe and super-pollinating
pollen bee for spring flowering
Contact Us: Debby
McConnell , Bob McConnell