AuthorWright, Glenn C.
AffiliationDepartment of Plant Sciences, Yuma Mesa Agricultural Center
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AbstractTwenty-five plants of each of ten blackberry cultivars from Arkansas and Texas were established at the Yuma Mesa Agriculture Center in spring 1994. All the Arkansas cultivars died. Of the Texas cultivars, 'Rosborough' and 'Womack' performed the best, followed by 'Grison' and 'Brazos'. Important cultural practices, harvesting practices and potential marketing strategies are discussed