The origin: seedling from free pollination of the Japanese quince choice form.
The variety is medium-ripening and winter hardy. It is differed by annual fruiting and stable yield (8 kg/shrub or 27 t/ha). It is relatively resistant to fungus diseases. It starts fruiting on the 3rd year after planting in an orchard.
The shrub is low, semi branchy and poorly thorned. Shoots are curved and of medium thickness.
Leaf is obovoid, green, lustrous and not downy.
Blossoms are large and bright orange.
Fruits are apple like (the average weight 45 g.), poorly grumous, yellow and flavourable. The taste is sour. The degustation evaluation of their products of processing is 4.3-4.9 points.
It was passed to the State variety trial system in 2007 for cultivation adjoining the house
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