Relationship of Nutrition and Fruit Quality of Wolcott Blueberries Grown in Sand Culture1

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W. E. Ballinger North Carolina State University, Raleigh, U. S. Department of Agriculture

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Received for publication December 30, 1968. Contribution from the Horticultural Science Department, North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh and the Market Quality Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture. Published with the approval of the Director of Research as Paper No. 2790 of the Journal Series.

The authors’ appreciation is expressed to Dr. R. J. Monroe, Dr. D. D. Mason and the N. C. State University Computing Center (partially supported by NIH Grant No. FR-00011) for statistical consultation and computations and to Mr. J. R. Piland and Staff, Soil Science Department, N. C. State University, for making the nutrient-element analyses of the leaves.

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