• Polish variety, selected by Hieronim and Zofia Łukaszewski.
  • Grows vigorously into a bush 170 cm high and 150 cm wide, develops ball-shaped strongly branched habit.
  • Bears elongated fruits, which usually weigh 1 g, they are very tasty, sweet and sour, extremely aromatic and juicy; transport tolerant; good for deep-freezing, drying and for juices.
  • Medium early variety (in Poland its berries ripen in the first half of June); gives an abundant crop of up to 5 kg per bush when bred in home gardens, and up to 3 kg per bush on plantations (9.9 t/ha). Its fruits show moderate tendency to drop when ripe. Good for mechanical harvesting. Can be harvested at one time.
  • Its fruits naturally contain 14°Bx (in brix degrees) of sugar – tests for sugar content were conducted in the first half of June.
  • It is good to plant different varieties next to each other to enable cross-pollination, Zojka seems to be its best pollinator.