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Bluecrop

Bluecrop is still one of the most commonly planted varieties in the world. It is a relatively vigorous and very erect bush. Fruits are medium to large in size, with a slightly frosted appearance. Ripening is staggered over 5-6 weeks. In Angers (France), it crops about two weeks after the Bluetta variety. Bluecrop is considered to be an excellent mid-season variety and a go-to for high-yield production.