Canadian variety with an improved taste from the University of Saskatchewan. Amateur variety, recommended for small plantations.
Origin: one of the tastiest and largest fruit bred by the University of Saskatchewan, descended from the Kuril cultivar Kiev#8 and the Russian cultivar Tomiczka. Released in 2007.
Vigour: shrub, height 140 cm, width 120 cm, plant shape broad but compact
Fruits: average weight 1.6 g, shape oval, box-like, taste excellent, very sweet. Fruits hidden under leaves, firmly attached to stems, wet petiole scar.
Harvest season: second half of May
Yield: hand harvest only. Fruits don't shake off. Average harvest from bush 4 kg, average harvest from hectare 13.2 t/ha.
Disease resistance: no susceptibility to pests and diseases has been observed
Frost hardiness: completely hardy, even blooming flowers withstand frost -7°С
Special notes: to get a good harvest, it is recommended to plant different varieties next to each other, cross-pollination possible. The following varieties are recommended: Aurora, Jugana
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