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- Clark, J. R.; Miller, F.; Jecmen, A.
- Acta horticulturae 2016 no.1133 pp. 141-144
- agricultural experiment stations, etc ; Internet; blackberries; breeding programs; crops; cultivars; music; new variety; universities; Arkansas; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... The dissemination of information on new blackberry cultivar developments has changed substantially in recent years. Many years ago, the primary means of sharing information on new cultivars were limited to grower meetings, published factsheets, reports or proceedings, nursery catalogs, and other print sources of media. As internet resources developed, the internet became a primary source of inform ...
- Ballington, J. R.
- Acta horticulturae 2016 no.1133 pp. 13-22
- agricultural experiment stations, etc ; Rubus occidentalis; USDA; backcrossing; blackberries; breeding programs; cultivars; germplasm; heat tolerance; industry; interspecific hybridization; raspberries; thornless varieties; Appalachian region; Arkansas; Florida; Georgia; Louisiana; Maryland; Mississippi; North Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; Virginia; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Blackberry breeding was initiated just after the turn of the twentieth century in the southern USA and involved state agricultural experiment stations in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and Virginia. The Virginia program was part of the Five Aces program headquartered in Maryland. The USDA was also involved through collaboration with the North Carolina program from the 1930s thro ...