Lingonberry Production Guide for the Pacific Northwest

Lingonberries are native to Scandinavia, Europe, Alaska, and northeastern Canada, but are not widely cultivated. Known commercial lingonberry acreage is less than 100 acres worldwide, and one-third ...

Author: Penhallegon, R.
SKU: PNW583E
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