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A primary study on growth and development of highbush blueberries in central Poland

, : A primary study on growth and development of highbush blueberries in central Poland. Acta Horticulturae 61: 153-161

In a trial of seven varieties of Vaccinium corymbosum planted in three types of soil in 1971, Lateblue gave the highest yield in 1973-75.

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