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no longer available Apricot Harcot

Early apricot particularly suitable for gardeners in the peripheral growing areas, frost hardy in the wood and in bloom.

Crossing: [(Geneva x Naramata) x (Morden 604) x (Phelps x Perfection)], breeder Hough and Bailey, Rutgers University, 1968
Vigour: strong, canopy slightly overhanging
Blossom: medium late, cross-pollinate, needs a pollinating partner who blooms at the same time
Fruit: orange, reddish on the sunny side, medium-sized to large, 60 g, spherical to ovoid, slightly oval
Pulp: dark orange, tender, very juicy when fully ripe, slightly aromatic and extremely tasty
Harvest season: early, first half of July
Yield: medium-high, regular
Disease resistance: tolerant to Plum Pox Virus (PPV), bacterial spot (Xantomonas pruni) and brown rot of stone fruit (Monilinia laxa)
Frost resistance: -28°C

Details and Specifications
Pot growing plant: Yes
Rootstock Characteristics and Description: Myrobalan (Prunus cerasifera)-vigorous and not considered a dwarfing rootstock. Resistant to armillaria root rot (oak root fungus) and nematodes. Adaptable to a wide range of soils. Usually well anchored, but somewhat shallow rooted. Prone to suckering. Not used or recommended for commercial apricot plantings
Ultimate Height: 5-6 m

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Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) HARCOT

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  • Breeder/Origin: R.E.C.Layne, Harrow, Ontario, CANADA
  • Product Code: HARCOT-kontajner
  • Availability: no longer available
  • Height of plant when delivery: 150 cm
  • Pot size: 5 Liter Pot
  • Rootstock-vigour : Myrobalan-Vigorous

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