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Blueberry growing and research in the Netherlands

Acta Horticulturae 61: 89-94

Blueberry growing and research in the Netherlands

In a 5-year trial of nine varieties and four selections of Vaccinium corymbosum planted on sandy soil in 1969-70, selection H I was best.

Accession: 000606527

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