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Note on the effects of cane density in red raspberry



Note on the effects of cane density in red raspberry



Gartenbauwissenschaft 44(3): 136-137



Various raspberry cvs were grown at low and high densities (10 or 20 canes/m in the row). Differences in yield/row, cane height and other parameters were generally small.

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