The origin: Madlen Anzhevin x Bous Khasanskii
It was created together with I.V. Michurin All-Russia Research and Development Institute of Fruit Crops Genetics and Selection, Russia.
The variety is winter hardy (-24 oC), universal and sheltered. The yield is 2.1 kg from a shrub.
Biological peculiarities: the shrub has big growth vigor and shoots ripening is very good. It is resistant to mildew and gray rot. It demands 1-2 prophylactic treatments against fungus diseases. There are 57 % of fruit-bearing sprouts. On the average there is 1.3 blossom clusters on one fruit-bearing sprout. Shrub’s load is 45-55 buds and trimming is on 6-8 buds. It has a monoclinous flower.
Fruit cluster is small and medium, branchy and friable which is 120 g. by weight.
Berry is small and medium (1.2 g.), rounded and black. The flesh is thick-walled and juicy, sour-sweet, acerbic enough and coloured.
Consumption period: September-October.
It was included into the State Register of varieties and wood and shrubby species of the Republic of Belarus in 1999.
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