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Cross-compatibility of five highbush blueberry varieties and ideal crossing combinations
Blueberry plants require large quantities of pollen deposited on stigmas to produce commercial-quality fruit. Like many agricultural crops, the interaction between pollen-source variety and pollen-recipient variety can be a major determinant of fruit quality in blueberries. However, little information exists to guide growers in optimising fruit set and quality. Using five commonly grown blueberry varieties, I determined whether crossing between varieties (inter-varietal) increased fruit massdoi:10.1101/742114 fatcat:xdrfceseufcotlv2fjrcx3bfla