An unique primocane blackberry will bear fruit on first year growth. We recommend the variety especially for lowland fruit areas with a long growing season.
Crossing: A-2292T x APF-44
Origin: University Of Arkansas, bred in 2005 in Fayetteville-Arkansas, USA. Breeder Professor Dr. John R. Clark. Botanically it belongs to Rubus subgenus Eubatus sect. Moriferi & Ursini.
Vigour: moderate, canes erect, thorny. They grow to a height of 150 to 250 cm.
Fruit: very large, tasty and shiny, visually attractive. Sugar content up to 11.5 ° Brix. According to the breeder, the weight of one fruit can reach up to 14.5 g and more and a length of 4.5 cm.
Harvest season: from mid-August to November, practically until the first frosts
Yield: regular high yields. The average yield from one shrub is 3.5 kg of quality fruits.
Disease resistance: generally well resistant to diseases and pests
Frost resistance: sufficient in lowland fruit growing areas
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