Large fruiting thornless red summer raspberry. Perfect for fresh consumption and home processing, especially for making jam, compotes, sweets and fruit drinks.
Crossing: Marosejka x Hybrid M102, bred at Fruit Research Institute VSTISP, Moscow, 1986. Breeder Professor V.V. Kichina. Released in 1992.
Vigour: strong, moderately spreading, 1.8 m high. Canes are strong, upright, completely without thorns, with a weak to medium layer of wax.
Site requirements: full sun location
Fruits: conical, very large, raspberry red when fully ripe. Weight on average 4 - 12 g, sometimes up to 14 g. Seeds small, homogeneous. Flesh moderately dense. The berries are shape stable and hold well on the shrub for a long time without loss of quality.
Taste: sweet with a subtle raspberry aroma, juicy, melting. The content of anthocyanins responsible for the color of the fruit is 39 mg per 100 g
Harvest season: summer variety, bears fruit once a year on last year's wood from early June to late July
Yield: very high, 4 - 5 kg of fruit per shrub. Long-term average yield 25 t/ha.
Disease resistance: high, at the level of the best standard varieties. Resistant to Botrytis, Didimelle, Anthracnose. The presence of the A10 gene makes the variety immune to raspberry aphid Amphorophora idaei, which transmits viruses. Susceptible to early blight.
Frost resistance: completely hardy to -30°C