The GoodBerry project was implemented from 03/2016-02/2020. The consortium set out to gain further knowledge of the procedures that facilitate and accelerate the development of well-accepted, desirable and high-quality berry fruits despite varying local cultivation and climate conditions across Europe. With that, the GoodBerry consortium aimed to contribute to the development of novel tools and cultivation techniques, and to help strengthen the competitiveness of European berry production.
After 48 months of investigating, a tremendous data set has been generated by the multiple field experiments, phenotypic, genotypic and sensory analyses performed during the project lifetime.
This unique set of data reveals unprecedented knowledge about the influence of genotype, environment and management practices on yield potential, fruit quality and disease management of the three crops in focus (strawberry, raspberry and black currant).
For an overview of results, please click on the image on the right.