Rutgers to Introduce a More Colorful, Hardier Cranberry (Rutgers Today, 2015)
Photo and article: Roya Rafei
Rutgers researchers have developed a new, hardier variety of cranberry that is able to withstand disease and has a larger round berry with a more even color than other breeds.
The Haines variety – named after William Haines Sr., a Burlington County farmer who died in 2007 – is in the process of being patented.
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