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Experiments on highbush blueberries in Switzerland

, : Experiments on highbush blueberries in Switzerland. Acta Horticulturae 61: 117-120

In a trial of 12 varieties of Vaccinium corymbosum planted in badly drained moorland in 1971-75, Collins and Ivanhoe were only slightly affected by Fusicoccum putrefaciens (Godronia cassandrae).

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