Red bayberry potential grows

AW
Updated November 23 2015 - 2:52pm, first published April 22 2015 - 2:31pm
Research officer in the University of Queensland School of Agriculture and Food Sciences Dr Melinda Perkins assesses the fruit quality of the red bayberry plantation at the Maroochy Research Facility.
Research officer in the University of Queensland School of Agriculture and Food Sciences Dr Melinda Perkins assesses the fruit quality of the red bayberry plantation at the Maroochy Research Facility.

A COMMERCIAL red bayberry crop might be a few years away but progress continues in the behind-the-scenes research.

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AW

Editor of Good Fruit and Vegetables.

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