Actualidad nacional e internacionalFeb. 17, 2023
EE.UU: alianza entre empresas e investigadores crean mejores arándanos
Oregon State University recently hosted a blueberry «cutting» event during which participants taste-tested 112 blueberry selections and varieties.
Scott Lukas, berry program leader in OSU’s endowed professorship for the Northwest berry and management production program, said breeders have been developing blueberries with traits that “align with the needs of producers, processors and consumers.”
Across public and private breeding programs, common traits scientists are breeding for include high yield, large berry size, uniformity, fruit quality, ease of mechanized harvestability, flavor, sweetness, firmness, long shelf life, seasonality, disease resistance and heat tolerance.
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