Economic Botany

, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp 357–365 | Cite as

The Lowbush blueberry industry in Eastern Canada

  • W. G. Barker
  • I. V. Hall
  • L. E. Aalders
  • G. W. Wood


Economic Botany Nova Scotia Highbush Blueberry Lowbush Blueberry Blueberry Field 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. G. Barker
  • I. V. Hall
  • L. E. Aalders
  • G. W. Wood

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