‘Caddo’ Thornless Blackberry

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Contributor Notes

We thank Bethany Sebesta, Clay Wingfield, Aruna Varanasi, Andrew Jecmen, Sandra Sleezer, Alejandra Salgado-Rojas, David Gilmore, Scott Loving, and Kay Buck for assistance in data collection during the evaluation of ‘Caddo’.

Distinguished Professor.

Assistant Professor.

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Corresponding author. E-mail: jrclark@uark.edu.

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