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Breeding of American blueberries






Report 1980-1981, Division of Fruit Crop Breeding, Balsgard: 53-58

Breeding of American blueberries

Seedling material of lowbush blueberries, mainly of Vaccinium angustifolium, which was obtained originally from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Minnesota, has been in test at four localities in Sweden since 1978. The material has shown sufficient hardiness to be grown in more northerly growing zones than highbush (V. corymbosum) varieties.

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