The James Hutton Institute in United Kingdom celebrates the success of its new blackberry breeding programme as it introduced its new top-level varieties.
Loch Ness, loch tay, and loch maree. These new varieties of blackberry are of good quality, high-level flavor, good shelf-life, and high-yielding. Moreover, it helps growers meet the increasing demands to blackberries as an ingredient to desserts.
Furthermore, these varieties undergo environmental and production tests. They also provide the seedlings with protection from diseases and are safe from chemicals.
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