The origin: Pavlinka х Pilot Aleksandr Mamkin
The variety is winter hardy and highly productive (11 t/ha under the planting scheme 2.5 х 0.7 m).
The shrub is extreme high and poorly branchy.
Biological peculiarities: the variety is highly fetal itself. The vegetation period is 215 days. Berries fall is absent. 60 % of ovaries are formed from self-fertilization. The additional pollinators are the following ones:'Byelorusskaya sladkaya', 'Pavlinka' and 'Pilot Aleksandr Mamkin'. It is poorly affected by sphaerotheca and relatively resistant to gemmaceous mite.
Fruit cluster is long and berries are located medium densely.
Berries are large (the average weight is 1.4 g.), black, lustrous, oblong-rounded with very dense peel and with small seeds in not big quantity. Their appearance is attractive. The degustation taste evaluation is good. Berries taste is sour-sweet, with flavour and palatable. The flesh is very juicy.
The transportability of berries is high. He variety is an all-purpose one. It is suitable for machine-operated harvesting.
It was included into the State Register of varieties and wood and shrubby species of the Republic of Belarus in 1988; also it was included into the State Register of breeding achievements accepted to the use in the Russian Federation in 1998.
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