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'Bladen' southern highbush blueberry

, : 'Bladen' southern highbush blueberry. HortScience 30(1): 150-151

Originating from a cross between NC1171 (having Vaccinium darrowi, V. corymbosum, V. tenellum and V. ashei in its ancestry) and NC SF12L (also with V. corymbosum), this early ripening variety combines medium fruit size, a good picking scar and good flavour and productivity with uniform fruit characteristics during ripening, upright vigorous growth and ease of propagation from softwood and hardwood cuttings.

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