Rubus arcticus ssp. acaulis: dwarf raspberry, arctic blackberry, arctic bramble

@inproceedings{Wood2013RubusAS,
  title={Rubus arcticus ssp. acaulis: dwarf raspberry, arctic blackberry, arctic bramble},
  author={Shane Wood and K. Gould and Ann Smreciu},
  year={2013}
}
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TLDR
In 1994 to 1996, large yield losses were reported in cultivated arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus) due to berries drying in the middle of the growing season in the entire cultivation area in Finland, and Laboratory tests showed that the two main cultivars of arcticbramble were susceptible to P. sparsa.