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Scientists seek industry input on key traits of blueberries, cranberries

The Plants for Human Health Institute at North Carolina State University is asking those active in the blueberry and cranberry industries to provide information on what traits are most desirable in those fruit so that a group of scientists can develop new cultivars that address those preferences. Surveys will be distributed at blueberry and cranberry association meetings throughout the rest of the year as a way to gather such information, according to a news release.
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