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In 1908, USDA botanist Frederick Coville selected this wild highbush plant with berries of superior size and flavor as one of the foundation parents of his breeding program. He named it “Brooks” after Fred Brooks, a neighbor on whose New Hampshire land the bush was growing.
Watercolor by James Marion Shull, (1940), Rare and Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.
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