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Raspberry cultivars


Bristol
  • One of the oldest cultivars of black raspberry, still grown on a large scale.
  • Boasts upright growth and dense compact habit.
  • Gives firm, large, good quality berries which are easy to pick without bleeding; they ripen in July and are very good for preserves, jellies and freezing.
available: in plugtrays M-60 from XI 2017

Erika PBR
  • Yields crop on annual shoots.
  • Bears big berries, which on average weigh 5.4 g, light red, almost slightly orange in colour which lasts long after harvesting; boast excellent, fresh and fruity flavour; its fruit is firm, long-lasting (good for long-keeping) and easy to harvest; yields high crop.
  • Belongs to the variety of raspberry which can repeat its fruit bearing.
  • Totally cold hardy.
  • Protected variety (EU PVR No 30127).
available: in plugtrays M-40 from XI 2017

Polana
  • Bred in The Fruit Experiment Station in Brzezna, Poland. The oldest polish cultivar.
  • Many stiff canes, not bending dawn (can be grown without trailers), 1.5 m high, vestigial thorns.
  • Bears fruits mainly on this years sprouts. Cone-shaped, big fruits, red and shiny, compact, very tasty. Desert cultivar, also for preserves (especially for jam).
  • The beginning of harvesting time in the second week of August (about 10 days after ‘Polka’) and lasts till first Frost (even till November). High yield.
  • Low susceptibility to grey mould and anthracnose.
  • Temperature under -20°C damage flower buds.
  • Cultivar protected in Poland, COBORU, February 13, 1991, register number S 218.
available: in plugtrays M-40 from IX 2018

Polka PBR
  • One of the best polish primocane cultivars, bred in The Fruit Experiment Station in Brzezna, Poland.
  • Medium growth, 1,8 m high. Rather big thorns.
  • Middle size fruits, firm, compact, tasty, cone-shaped, red colour, shiny. Suitable for mechanical harvesting and for transportation. Desert cultivar, fruits for freezing and also for preserves.
  • Recommended for cultivation under tunnels.
  • Low susceptibility to grey mould and anthracnose.
  • Hardly ever sprouts can be damaged by frost.
  • Cultivar protected in Poland, COBORU, January 24, 2003, register number S 453. CPVO - Application & Right granted File No. 20020007.
available: in plugtrays M-40 from XI 2017

Radziejowa PBR
  • Protected, bred at the Horticulture Experimental Station of the Horticulture Institute in Brzezna, Poland.
  • Moderate grower, bears fruit on two-year shoots.
  • Develops an average number of annual ground and underground shoots; its ground shoots are moderately thick and stiff, the young ones are light green with anthocyanin colouring but the older ones are of brown purple in hue; they develop small short and sparsely placed thorns.
  • Develops loose inflorescences, its fruit bearing shoots are of average length.
  • Gives big conical red berries which are slightly shiny, attractively firm and tasty; rather not susceptible to mechanical damage during transport and harvesting, slightly susceptible to rotting; good for processing and enjoying raw.
  • Bears a crop early, in the second half of June, a week before Laszka variety.
available: in plugtrays M-40 from XI 2017

Sokolica PBR
  • Protected, bred at the Horticulture Experimental Station of the Horticulture Institute in Brzezna, Poland.
  • Vigorous grower, develops compact habit; gives fruit on two-year shoots.
  • Develops an average number of one-year ground and underground shoots; its ground shoots are moderately thick, stiff and drooping.
  • Bears big attractive dessert and tasty berries in a conical shape with a bluntly cut top; they are light red in colour with a slight shine, firm, slightly susceptible to mechanical damage during harvesting and transport; quite susceptible to rotting.
  • High yielding variety, good for commercial production of dessert fruits which ripen moderately early, towards the end of June like Laszka’s.
available: in plugtrays M-40 from IX 2018

Tadmor PBR
  • One of new raspberry varieties which yield crop extremely late; bred in New Zealand.
  • Extremely vigorous grower, its shoots require supports.
  • Bears extremely big berries, which on average weigh about 7 g, are cone-shaped, shiny and with attractive red colour; all of them ripen at the same time, are hard, extremely tasty with a sweet and sour flavour.
  • Requires fertile, permeable soil.
  • Tolerant of sunny positions.
  • Totally cold hardy.
  • Protected variety (EU PVR No 21935).
available: in plugtrays M-40 from XI 2017

Tulameen (Туламин)
  • Bred in Canada, late summer fruiting raspberry with large fruits.
  • Vigorous grower, develops long sparsely thorned canes (up to 120 or even 180cm in length).
  • Yields large (approximately 7g) elongated berries with meaty and compact pulp, which are shiny intense red in hue and extremely tasty; can be enjoyed raw but also transport tolerant, they boast long shelf life and are good for deep freezing and juices.
  • Bears fruits on biennial canes, gives high crops.
  • Resistant to fungal diseases, moderately susceptible to dying out of sprouts and little susceptible to fruit decay.
available: in plugtrays M-40 from XI 2017

Updated on: 2017-11-20

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