This is an article about reducing the risk of Red Drupelet Reversion (RDR). Rubus researcher and recent University of Tasmania graduate, Dr Max Edgley, has published his latest article in Scientia Horticulture. This study concludes a series of field trials designed to assist the understanding of red drupelet reversion (or RDR), a postharvest physiological disorder in blackberries that causes drupelets on harvest fruit to turn from black to red.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Diseases, Rubus, Summer 19