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Symposium on breeding and machine harvesting of Rubus and Ribes

, : Symposium on breeding and machine harvesting of Rubus and Ribes. Acta Horticulturae (60): 219

The following are among the 27 papers presented at the symposium held at East Malling and Dundee, UK, on 14-22 July, 1976.

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Anonymous, 1976: Symposium on Breeding and Machine Harvesting of Rubus and Ribes, East Malling, England, Dundee, Scotland, 14-22 July, 1976. Acta Horticulturae 76: 0

Jennings D.L., 1976: Symposium on breeding and machine harvesting of rubus and ribes held jointly by the fruit group of eucarpia and the international society for horticultural science east malling england dundee scotland july 14 22 1976. Acta Horticulturae (Wageningen) 60: 11-219

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Larsson, G., 1976: North Swedish progress in machine harvesting and breeding of Ribes. A new harvester (Vinman) is described. It can pick young black currant bushes (with their first crop) and fully grown plants. Its additional advantages are low labour requirement (2 men) and low cost (about pounds-sterling 5000). It is recommended...

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Keep, E., 1977: Breeding for resistance to aphids in Rubus and Ribes. In this review of progress at East Malling in south-eastern England in breeding Rubus and Ribes for resistance to aphids, it is pointed out that breeding for resistance to Amphorophora rubi (Kalt.) has been relatively rapid and successful. The mai...

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