Blackberry breeding programme hits success as it develops new varieties

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Blackberry breeding programme successfully develop three new varieties.

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.

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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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