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Progress in Rubus breeding at East Malling


Acta Horticulturae: 123-128
Progress in Rubus breeding at East Malling
Brief information is presented on breeding for suitability for mechanical harvesting and for hand picking, for large fruits, earliness and lateness of fruiting, a semidwarf self-supporting habit, improved shelf life, and resistance to fungal and viruses diseases and pests, including virus vectors.


Accession: 000470923



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