Black currant with high resistance to fungal diseases. It is very frost tolerant, making it excellent for growing in colder areas. It is popular for fresh consumption and for making fruit juices, jams and liqueurs.
Crossing: Ben Sarek x Ben Lomond, Scotland
Vigour: medium is strong, low compact shrub
Site requirements: full sun location
Fruits: bunches of medium length with short stems. Large berries, 2 g, little tendency to crack.
Taste: sour, moderately aromatic
Harvest season: second half of July
Yield: high, up to 3.6 kg of berries per bush, suitable for commercial cultivation
Disease resistance: resistant to American powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca mors uvae), black spot (Pseudopeziza ribis) and currant gall mite (Eriophyes ribis).
Frost resistance: completely hardy
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