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Inheritance of thornlessness, hardiness and vigour in blackberries.



Inheritance of thornlessness, hardiness and vigour in blackberries.



Sver. pomol. Foren. Arsskr, 63: 31-45. bibl. 7



Crosses between Merton Thornless and various hardy varieties produced plants of very variable vigour. Although some F3 hybrids survived the winter of 1961-1962, artificial freezing tests showed that their hardiness was less than that of Eldorado and Jersey-black. Blackberries were shown to be particularly sensitive to a rapid decrease in temperature. Statistical analysis of the plant material studied showed some correlation between vigour and hardiness in the hybrid populations.

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