The world's largest blueberry has been identified
25 Jan 2021

The world's largest blueberry has been identified

The Guinness Book of Records named the winner in the section "Largest size of one blueberry."

The record holder was a giant Ozblu berry weighing 16.2 g and 36.3 mm in diameter. It was grown by Australian farmers David and Lisa Mazardis.

This was reported by the site Fruitnews.

Previously, the record holder was a berry measuring 12.39 g and 35.7 mm in diameter, which was grown by the same family of farmers in 2018.

"Although large blueberries are the result of a selection process, some markets prefer giant blueberries. The main task of our selection is to ensure the consistency of quality and taste of berries for consumers," said David Mazardis.


Source: https://gazeta.ua

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