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Bolero

Bolero


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Mid-Season Variety

Bolero is an industry standard with a large berry size and is still being used across the world for both industry and fresh market growers.

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Mid-Season Variety

Bolero is an industry standard with a large berry size and is still being used across the world for both industry and fresh market growers.

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