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The project aimed to provide new drying varieties to overcome problems/deficiencies of existing varieties and meet buyer/consumer specifications; disease resistant drying varieties to reduce chemical use, enhance marketing opportunities and meet consumer demands for ‘chemical free’ products and new knowledge of the inheritance of key quality and production characteristics.

(DFRDC project no CSH 60D)

Evaluation of new seedless drying grapes selected for disease resistance and market requirements



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