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Black currant breeding at the Scottish Horticultural Research Institute

, : Black currant breeding at the Scottish Horticultural Research Institute. Acta Horticulturae: 197-204

Information is presented on the efforts to obtain erect-growing, productive, disease-resistant cultivars which will crop consistently with the minimum pruning when grown in rows for machine harvesting, and with improved fruit qualities acceptable for processing.

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