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Frost damage on highbush blueberries in central Poland during the years 1971-1975


, : Frost damage on highbush blueberries in central Poland during the years 1971-1975. Acta Horticulturae (61): 163-173

Data on the numbers and lengths of living and killed shoots are tabulated for 7 cvs. Only in 1971/72 when temperatures fell to -23.4 deg C was winter damage evident but spring frosts (-8.4 deg C) in 1974 killed 9.9% of flower buds in the early flowering Blueray and 6.8% in Darrow.

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