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Prospects for breeding higher yielding raspberries


, : Prospects for breeding higher yielding raspberries. Acta Horticulturae: 159-167

Data are presented from different groups of lines indicating that considerable variation occurs within the yield components fruit weight, fruit number, number of fruiting canes, node number per cane, bud number per node, node number per fruiting lateral, and number of flower buds, flowers and fruits per lateral node and per lateral. It is shown that interactions between yield components often prevent the maximum expression of all of them in a variety.


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