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Author: Adam Dale 1
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  • 1 Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Box 587, SImcoe, Ont. N3Y 4N5, Canada

Genetic variation in the architecture of berry crops will be reviewed. Examples will be given where changes in plant architecture have given increased yields, stabilized yields and improved fruit quality in strawberry, raspberry, highbush blueberry and currants.

Red raspberry will be emphasised as recent research on the architecture of the fruiting cane has enabled breeding strategies, based on plant architecture, to be developed.

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