GENEVA, NY: Who knows what will crop up after the New York State vegetable and berry growers get together, but keep your eyes peeled. Six new varieties of fruits and vegetables were officially released by Cornell University plant breeders at the growers' annual meeting on February 10. They include two new raspberries, a summer squash, a head lettuce, and two potatoes-all particularly adapted to New York growing conditions and suitable for commercial production.
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