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Fall-bearing red raspberries, their future and potential

, : Fall-bearing red raspberries, their future and potential. Acta Horticulturae: 135-144

Breeding for fruit production on the current season's primary canes is reviewed. A number of varieties which possess the trait are briefly described.

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