A NEW SOUTHERN highbush blueberry cultivar is being released from the University of Florida blueberry breeding program. It is named Colossus, referring to its very large to jumbo-sized fruit (3.20 grams/20 mm), and it is targeted for North-Central Florida and some of the cooler areas of Central Florida using a deciduous system.
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2019 Extension Advocate Award
Brittany Lee is honored for her dedication, Tireless Advocacy for UF/IFAS
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