ARS debuts new crop of blueberries

November 2012
California Farmer;Nov2012, Vol. 295 Issue 11, p20
The article offers the views of Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, a plant geneticist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Services, regarding the new varieties of blueberries including the Pink Lemonade blueberry, the Razz blueberries and the Sweetheart. According to him, Pink Lemonade plant bears moderate yields of firm, glossy, medium-sized berries, with sweet and flowery flavor. He informs that the Razz blueberries taste like the raspberries to some extend. INSET: Key Points.


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