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  FRUIT VARIETY ROOTSTOCK
 
  Apple
  • FujiFUJI


    Ripening period: mid-October

    Tree: very vigorous, moderately late blooming

    Pollinators: Granny Smith, Group of Golden and Red Delicious

    Technological characteristics: excellent storage ability, the fruits are typically available for many months after harvest - in refrigeration conditions they keep 6-7 months

  • GalaGALA


    Ripening period: mid-August - early September

    Tree: vigorous, good cropping, self-sterile; very susceptible to Apple scab, moderately resistant to Powdery mildew; suitable for warm climates, prefers dry climatic conditions

    Technological characteristics: the variety is suitable for long storage after harvesting

  • Gala MitchgalaGALA MITCHGALA


    Ripening period: 25 August - 5 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous growth, very high yields, needs manual trimming; the tree grows excellent; the variety is suitable for growing in warm places

    Pollinators: Elstar, Cox`s orange, Rubinette

  • Gloster 69GLOSTER 69


    Ripening period: 20-30 September, almost simultaneously or a bit later than Golden Delicious

    Tree: vigorous, with a tidy broom-like crown and long skeletal branches, apparently bared at the base; susceptible to Apple scab and less sensitive to Powdery mildew; good pollinator

    Pollinators: the group of Golden Delicious - Melrose, Granny Smith, Florina

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate handling and transportation well; their storage ability is almost like the Jonagold variety; at the end of the storage period fruits get a powdery texture and lose their taste qualities

  • BraeburnBRAEBURN


    Ripening period: 25 September - 5 October, 1 week before Granny Smith

    Tree: very weak growth, branching with flat angles; prone to develop heavy branches hanging down; early - season blooming; good pollinator

    Pollinators: Idared, Granny Smith

    Technological characeristics: fruits are not very suitable for cold storage, for this purpose they must be picked up slightly unripe

  • IdaredIDARED


    Ripening period: 20-30 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, early fruit-bearing, regular and very high fertility; susceptible to Powdery mildew and Fire blight, practically resistant to Apple Scab, susceptible to spring frosts

    Pollinators: Granny Smith, the group of Golden and Red Delicious

    Technological characteristics: stores well until May

  • JonagoldJONAGOLD


    Ripening period: late September-early October, at two stages at least

    Tree: moderate to vigorous growth, with moderately dense and wide open crown, gives high crops; needs pollination; moderately susceptible to Apple Scab and Powdery mildew

    Pollinators: the variety is triploide, i.e.a bad pollinator; the group of Red Delicious, Melrose, Gloster 69, Florina, Idared, Granny Smith

    Technological characteristics: requires careful handling in harvesting and transportation; storage about 3 months under normal conditions and under cold - about 6 months

  • CamspurCÀMSPUR


    Ripening period: late September

    Tree: moderate to weak growth, considerably branching, gives high crops annually; low sensitivity to Powdery mildew and Fire blight

    Pollinators: Gloster, Golden Delicius, Elstar and Fuji

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for storage after harvest - until springtime

  • SummerredSUMMERRED


    Ripening period: late August - early September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, upright spreading, spurring freely; moderately susceptible to Apple Scab, moderately resistant to Mildew; crops heavily

    Technological characteristics: characterized as one of the best summer varieties; good storage ability

  • TopredTOP RED


    Ripening period: mid-September

    Tree: upright, strong growth; mid-early blooming

    Technological characteristics: good storage ability of the fruits; refrigerator preservation - 6-9 months

  • BoskoopBOSKOOP


    Ripening period: late September

    Tree: quite big, moderately vigorous, with long and relatively thick curved branches, side branches are small and quite numerous

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for long storage, in appropriate storage could be kept until April

  • FlorinaFLORINA


    Ripening period: late September - early October

    Tree: vigorous growth, dense conical crown, moderately late blooming, the variety is a good pollinator; early fruit-bearing, high fertility; sustainable to Apple Scab, moderately susceptible to Powdery mildew and Fire blight

    Pollinators: the group of Red and Golden Delicious - Prima, Melrose, Idared, Granny Smith

    Technological characteristics: well toleratås handling and transport, storage ability - one month better than the Golden Delicious variety

  • ShampionSUMMER CHAMPION


    Ripening period: July

    Tree: needs annual pruning and shaping to insure hardy and productive trees; susceptible to a variety of pests and diseases but very rewarding when properly cared for; cross- pollination is required for fruit production; needs full sun, sandy to clay loam

    Pollinators: Liberty, Ein Sheme, Dorsett Golde, Spartan and Gala

    Technological characteristics: good storage ability for a long period



  • Golden deliciousGOLDEN DELICIOUS


    Ripening period: 20-30 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, well pollinates with Red Delicious` group, Melrose, Granny Smith; crops heavily; resistant to deseases

    Pollinators: Granny Smith, Molis Delicious, Melrose

    Technological characteristics: suitable for long storage after harvesting - under normal conditions stores 2-3 months, in refrigerator up to 6 months

  • MutsuMUTSU


    Ripening period: late September - early October

    Tree: bear fruits young and heavily; branch crotches are wide and strong; this variety is recommended for planting in significant quantities for processing; a triploid variety, therefore it cannot pollinate other apple varieties; resistant to diseases, moderately susceptible to Powdery mildew and Apple Scab; susceptible to winter colds

    Pollinators: Melrose, Granny Smith, the group of Red Delicious

    Technological characteristics: fruits harvested green will develop satisfactory yellowing after a few months storage

  • DelcorfDELCORF / DELBARESTIVAL


    Ripening period: mid August - early September

    Tree: moderate to strong growth, fairly upright, with moderately horizontal branch arrangement; reasonably early blooming; good pollen quality; self-intolerant, meaning cross-pollination is required; early and good productivity, however with a clear tendency to biennial bearing, timely pruning required; fairly susceptible to Apple scab

    Pollinators: Braeburn, Cox, Elstar, Gala, Golden Delicious, Idared

    Technological characteristics: storage life - until mid October, good shelf life; suitable for fresh consumption and processing into juice



  • Granny SmithGRANNY SMITH


    Ripening period: 20-30 October

    Tree: vigorous, with a wide contrariwise conical crown, visible bare of skeletal branches at their base, moderately late blooming; the variety is good pollinator; high and regular fertility; less sensitive to Apple Scab and moderately sensitive to Powdery mildew; must be cultivated in places with long and warm autumn

    Pollinators: Gloster 69, Melrose, the group of Red and Golden Delicious

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate handling and transportation very well; under normal conditions 4-5 months storage ability, and refrigerated - 6-7 months

  • Malus M9
  • Malus M27
  • Malus MM106
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  Pears
  • ConferenceCONFERENCE


    Ripening period: 15-25 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous; comes into fruit-bearing early, regularly and abundantly; good affinity to Quince root-stock; resistant to Scab, good resistance to winter and turning colds; partially self-fertile but always gives a better crop with another pear variety -pollinator

    Pollinators: Williams Christ, Bosc`s Flaschen, Passe Crassane

    Technological characteristics: fruits are stored in refrigerators until February; they are used primarily for dessert

  • Good Luise (gute Luise)GOOD LOISA


    Ripening period: late August - early September

    Tree: moderate to vigorous on a seed root-stock and moderate on Quince root-stock; forms a thin and compact pyramidal crown, comes into fruit-bearing early and regularly; the leaves are resistant to Scab and fruits - satisfactory; the variety is good pollinator

    Pollinators: Abbe Fatel, Bosc`s Flaschen, Beurr? Giffard, Clapps Liebling, Conference, etc.

    Technological characteristics: fruits have very good taste qualities, they can be stored until October; withstand transportation well

  • Williams ChristWILLIAMS CHRIST


    Ripening period: late August - early September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, acquires mid-large size, suitable for dense plantings; high dome-shaped crown; mid-late blooming; comes into fruit-bearing early, very good and regular fertility; bad affinity to Quince root-stock; quite resistant to Scab, medium resistant to winter and turning colds; requires rich soils

    Pollinators: Passe Crassane, Clapps Liebling

    Technological characteristics: when fruits are harvested 7-10 days before full maturity, their resilience to transportation is good; in cold conditions they are maintained until 2-3 months; excellent for dessert and technological processing, for drying and distillate

  • Clapps LieblingCLAPPS LIEBLING


    Ripening period: 1 - 10 August

    Tree: very vigorous, very good and regular fertility, poor compatibility with Quince root-stock; susceptible to Fire blight, resistant to Scab, moderately - to winter colds and fairly - to turning colds

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate storage up to 2-3 months under refrigeration conditions

  • Bosc`s FlaschenBOSCS FLASCHEN


    Ripening period: 15-25 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with wide pyramidal crown; abundant and regular fruit-bearing, late blooming; poor affinity to Quince root-stock; moderately susceptible to Scab, medium resistant to winter colds and poorly to turning spring frost, it does not tolerate heat

    Pollinators: Williams Christ, Dr.Jule Guillot, Clapps Liebling, Passa Crassana, Pakcham`s Triumph

    Technological characteristics: fruits require careful handling and transportation, in case of wrong harvest time and uncontrolled storage mode, fruits rot and suffer of flesh darkening; suitable for fresh consumption and for processing, refrigerated fruits withstand 2-3 months but under normal storage conditions - 2-3 weeks

  • Passa CrassanaPASSE CRASSANE


    Ripening period: 15-25 October

    Tree: moderately vigorous, similar to quince`s one, with a compact form; gives regular yields with properly pruning; medium early blooming; susceptible to Pear scab

    Technological characteristics: fruits become ripen after being picked up; if the harvest comes in late September and early October the fruits are kept well in refrigerator

  • Red Williams ChristWILLIAMS ROUGE


    Ripening period: 20-30 August

    Tree: moderately vigorous; comes into fruit-bearing early; with very good fertility, bad affinity to Quince root-stock; resistant to Scab, medium resistant to winter and turning colds

    Pollinators: Passe Crassane, Packham`s Triumph

    Technological characteristics: fruits can be stored in refrigerator about 3 months; excellent for processing into compotes

  • Vereins deshantsDOYENNE DU COMMICE


    Ripening period: 20-30 September

    Tree: blossom appears late in the season, requires pollinator, it needs warmer conditions; pruning depends on the tree form and vigour of the root-stock; Scab is a big problem for this variety

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for cold storage until the end of December; a perfect dessert variety known as "The Queen of pears"

  • Packham`s triumphPACKHAMS TRIUMH


    Ripening period: mid-season, 10-20 September

    Tree: very vigorous; comes into fruit-bearing early, very good and regular fertility; good compatibility with Quince root-stock; susceptible to Scab and Fire blight

    Pollonators: Nijisseiki, Josephine

    Technological characteristics: fruits can be stored under cold conditions approximately 5 months; very suitable for processing into compotes

  • TongernTONGERN


    Ripening period: late September - early October

    Tree: during its early years - moderately vigorous growth, in its mature years - weak growth; its branches are thin, low-hanging

  • Generale LeclerGENERALE LECLERC


    Ripening period: September - December

    Tree: moderately vigorous; affinity to Quince root-stock; moderately susceptible to Scab;

    Technological characteristics: medium cold storage ability

  • Gellerts butterbirneGELLERTS BUTTERBIRNE


    Ripening period: late August - early September till October

    Tree: in its first years of growth the tree is vigorous and hardy, therefore it quickly develops a high stem and forms a pyramidal crown; medium late blooming; resistant to Scab and Fire blight

    Pollinators: Clapps Liebling, Gute Luise, Williams Christ

    Technological characteristics: fruits could be stored up to one month

  • Quince A
  • Quince MA
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  Peaches
  • Maria MartaMARIA MARTA


    Ripening period: 8 days after Redhaven

    Tree: medium high, with wide crown, gives high and regular yields

    Technological characteristics: with better quality than Glohaven because of its resistance to low winter temperatures, better color - the green background is missing

  • Maria BiancaMARIA BIANCA


    Ripening period: mid-July, 8 days after Redhaven

    Tree: vigorous and extremely fertile

    Technological characteristics: delicate fruit, moderate storage ability, not very good resistance to transportation, it does not tolerate temperature changes

  • SpringbelleSPRINGBELLE


    Ripening period: 20-30 June, 15 days before Redhaven

    Tree: medium growth, spherical crown, gives good yields; moderately early blooming; comes into fruit-bearing at the third year after planting; trees have not very big size which makes possible to reduce the distance between them during planting

    Technological characteristics: a variety with extremely high quality, very appreciated in the market

  • NormanNORMAN


    Ripening period: in July

    Tree: moderate growth, vigorous, high fertility, frost-hardy, blooms 3-4 days before Redheyvan

    Technological characteristics: fruits have very good transport ability

  • GlohavenGLOHAVEN


    Ripening time: 10-18 August, 10 days after Redhaven

    Tree: big with medium growth, with wide-spherical crown, well arranged with fruit-bearing twigs with dense disposed buds above; medium early blooming; gives high regular yields; sensitive to low winter temperatures; a self-pollinating variety, does not need pollinators; it needs aggressive pruning each year for best fruit size and moderate fertilization - preferably in early season, before frosts and colds appear; susceptible to Bacterial spot, sensitive to Leaf curl

    Technological characteristics: the variety is characterized by large and high-quality fruits; suitable for fresh consumption, processing and for freezing; well tolerates handling

  • RedhavenREDHAVEN


    Ripening period: at the end of July

    Tree: moderately vigorous, wide- spilled crown, forming numerous long mixed branches with tightly arranged buds, blooms moderately early and abundantly; self-fertile variety, comes into fruit-bearing early and gives high crops; sustainable to winter colds and relatively well tolerates temperature decrease during the blooming period

    Technological characteristics: fruits sustain handling and transportation, suitable for fresh consumption, as well as for processing into compote, nectar and for freezing

  • FayetteFAYETTE


    Ripening period: 25 August - 05 September

    Tree: moderate to strong growth, with big crown; gives very high crops; early and abundant blooming; a self-fertile variety; susceptible to Bacterial spot; good cold- resistance

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate handling and transportation well; suitable for fresh consumption and for processing

  • SpringcrestSPRINGCREST


    Ripening period: mid-July

    Tree: moderate growth, good and regular fertility, abundant blooming; a self-fertile variety; tolerates frosts well, it likes slightly alkaline soils, moist but well drained ones

    Technological characteristics: excellent for fresh consumption, but also suitable for processing into syrup or other products; withstand handling and transportation over long distances well; short shelf life

  • SuncrestSUNCREST


    Ripening period: in August, about 19 days after Redhaven

    Tree: moderate growth, very high and regular fertility, moderately early blooming, a self-fertile variety

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate handling and transportation well, suitable for processing

  • Prunus Persica
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  Apricots
  • HargrandHARGRAND


    Ripening period: early-August

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with a wide crown; late blooming, average amount of blooms, very good fruit knitting; tree must be pollinated; Hargrand pollinates Orange red

    Technological characteristics: resistant to different manipulations, fruits have excellent taste quality

  • Ungarishe BesteUNGARISCHE BESTE


    Ripening period: 10-20 July

    Tree: very vigorous, with spherical thin crown; moderately early blooming; comes into fruit-bearing the fourth year after planting; high fertility; moderate resistance to frosts, easy-going to the soil

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for fresh consumption and processing; withstand handling and transportation well

  • OrangeredORANGE RED


    Ripening period: 12-20 July

    Tree: vigorously growth, with semi-open crown, needs trimming during the planting process in the orchard; gives high crops under good pollination conditions, it is preferable to use two species (pollinators) to cover the entire blooming period; blooms late and has good flowering, but some blooms do not open; resistant to late spring frosts

    Pollinators: Hargrand, Harogem, Sortilege, Avilara, Fantasme, Avikour, Polonais

    Technological characteristics: very good appearance and taste; the fruits are suitable for processing, but their early ripening and attractive appearance make them very suitable for fresh consumption

  • Prunus Cerasifera
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  Nectarines
  • ArmkingARMKING


    Ripening period: late May

    Tree: vigorous growth, high fertility; self-fertile variety; blooms early

    Technological characteristics: variety is characterized by very good storage ability

  • FlavortopFLAVORTOP


    Ripening period: mid-season, before Fantasia and after Firebrite

    Tree: vigorous, very productive; self-fertile with large, showy blossoms; trim early and aggressively for good size; prune every year to maintain vigor; comes into fruit-bearing early; requires full sun

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for fresh consumption thanks to its excellent quality and distinctive flavour, as well as for processing and freezing; good storage ability, tolerate transportation well

  • VenusVENUS


    Ripening period: 10-20 August, after Fantasia

    Tree: vigorous; characterized by high but not regular productivity which is due to the variety`s sensitivity to winter colds

    Technological characteristics: the fruit is with very good quality, extremely valuable variety at the market

  • Stark red goldSTARK RED GOLD


    Ripening period: 22 days after Big Top® - Zaitabo

    Tree: moderately vigorous with spherical crown, high fertility, comes into fruit-bearing early, moderately early blooming; resistant to spring frosts and to the main peach diseases

    Technological characteristics: very good taste quality and resistance to transportation, fruits are suitable for fresh consumption and for processing

  • Prunus Persica
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  Plums
  • PresidentPRESIDENT


    Ripening period: late season - mid-September

    Tree: moderately to strongly vigorous; characterized by regular and high fertility; requires external pollination.; best pollinator - Stenley

    Technological characteristics: generally used for fresh consumption

  • ENTE 707ENTE 707


    Ripening period: 55-60 days after Shiro; almost simultaneously with Stenley

    Tree: very vigorous, branched, hàrdy, gives high crops; late blooming; partly self-fertile variety, but despite that it requires also a cross-pollination; good pollinator for other varieties

    Technological characteristics: fruits are very suitable for drying

  • StanleySTANLEY


    Ripening period: early September

    Tree: moderately vigorous; contrariwise pyramidal thin crown; early, regular and very good to excellent fertility; moderately early blooming, satisfactory hardy to drought and unsatisfactory - to winter colds; not particularly exigent to soil; a self-pollinated variety, good pollinator for simultaneously blooming varieties; tolerant to Plum Pox, hardly attacked by Red leaf spots, moderately Rust-susceptible

  • Cacak EarlyCACANSKA RANA


    Ripening period: late July, several days after Ruth Gerstetter

    Tree: moderately vigorous, not very dense crown; self-pollinating and very early ripening variety; high fertility

    Technological characteristics: fruits are mainly recommended for fresh consumption

  • Cacak BestCACAK BEST


    Ripening period: 15-25 August

    Tree: very vigorous, with thin crown; tolerant to Plum Pox; resistant to Brown rot; gives high crops

    Pollinators: Stenley, Ruth Gerstetter, Cacak Beauty, Cacak rodna

  • Cacak BeautyCACANSKA LEPOTICA


    Ripening period: 25 July - 5 August

    Tree: vigorous, with spherical crown; comes into fruit-bearing very early - in the third year after planting, regularly and heavily; self-fertile, moderately early blooming - at the same time as Stanley; tolerant to Plum pox, resistant to Rust, very susceptible to Red leaf spots, not suffering from Brown rot, susceptible to late spring frosts

  • ValjevkaVALJEVKA


    Ripening period: 25 August - 10 September

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with dense crown; regular and high fruit-bearing, requires regular and strong pruning for productivity regulation; tolerant to Plum Pox, but only on fruits, resistant to Brown rot and late frosts

  • Mirabelle de NancyMIRABELLE DE NANCY


    Ripening period: 15-25 August

    Tree: growing vigorously, giving regular yields, moderately late blooming; partially self-pollinator; resistant to winter frosts

    Technological characteristics: suitable both for fresh consumption because of its good taste quality, for preparation of compotes, nectars, brandy and for drying, easy for picking

  • Gross Grune ReneklodeGROSS GRUNE RENEKLODE


    Ripening period: 5 - 15 August

    Tree: moderately vigorous; high fruit-bearing but not regularly

    Technological characteristics: suitable for fresh consumption

  • Grossa di FelisioGROSSA DI FELISIO


    Ripening period: early September

    Tree: moderately vigorous; requires external pollination, starts fruit-bearing late

    Pollinators: good pollination with President

    Technological characteristics: mainly used for fresh consumption; fruits withstand handling and transportation well

  • ReneklodeRÅNEKLODE


    Ripening period: mid-August

    Tree: vigorous, weakly branched, gives regularly good crops, moderately late blooming; a self-fertile variety; well tolerates winter colds, not exigent to soil types, tolerates well long-term drought, less sensitive to changes

    Pollinators: another Reneklode, Prune d`Ente and Stenley

    Technological characteristics: excellent taste quality, fruits withstand transportation well when harvested not fully ripen; suitable for preparation of compotes as well as for fresh consumption

  • St.Julien A
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  Sweet Cherry
  • BingBING


    Ripening period: second-third ten-day of June

    Tree: moderate growth, wide-pyramidal crown; comes into fruit-bearing relatively early, moderate to good fertility; medium early blooming, susceptible to colds and late spring frosts, very susceptible to White leaf spot /Cocomycosis/; requires moderately deep fertile soils and habitats with good air drainage; fruits are susceptible to splitting in continuous rainfall during the ripening period

    Pollinators: Van, Rainier, Sam; forms cross-incompatible group with Napoleon, Lambert, Star, Ochridska

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for mechanized harvesting, good resistance to handling and transportation, they are very good commercial product; suitable for processing into compotes

  • HudsonHUDSON


    Ripening period: late June - early July; about 10 days later than `Lambert` which is one of the latest ripening commercially significant varieties

    Tree: very vigorous and hardy, growing more rapidly than other varieties; prefers full sunlight; resistant to Brown rot and splitting of fruits due to rains

    Technological characteristics: fruits tolerate handling and transportation well

  • SummitSUMMIT


    Ripening period: mid-June, about Bing`s ripening time

    Tree: very vigorous tree, with wide open crown, blooms at the usual time; excellent pollinator, needs pollinators itself; requires full sun

    Technological characteristics: fruits have excellent taste qualities, suitable for fresh consumption and for processing, as well as for canning and freezing

  • LapinsLAPINS


    Ripening period: 15-20 June

    Tree: moderate growth; high and regular yields, comes into fruit-bearing early; medium early blooming; good adaptability to the plant site, a promising variety, because of its self-fertility, high-yielding and fruit quality; resistant to late frosts; an excellent pollinator for other varieties, resistant to fruit splitting due to heavy rains

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for mechanized harvesting, tolerate handling and transportation well

  • BurlatBURLAT


    Ripening period: late May - early June

    Tree: moderate to strong growth, semi-upright tree with pyramidal to wide-pyramidal, medium dense crown; comes into fruit-bearing 4-5 years after planting, moderate to good fertility; medium early blooming; cold resistance is below average, shows some sensitivity to late spring frosts; less susceptible to Cherry leaf spot and Brown rot; tolerant to certain virus diseases, very sensitive to White leaf spot /Cocomycosis/; in rainfall during the ripening period fruits become very split; requires habitats with good air drainage, light and rich soils

    Pollinators: Napoleon, Hedelfingen, Early Rivers; the variety is inter-sterile to Bigarreau Morro

    Technological characteristics: fruits withstand handling and transportation; mainly used as a dessert, suitable for mechanized harvesting

  • ReginaREGINA


    Ripening period: late ripening - mid to late July (between Lapins and Sweetheart)

    Tree: strong growing tree, forms well-shaped, semi-dense crown with wide crotch angles; moderate but regular cropping; late blooming, almost simultaneously with Duroni, these two varieties are recommended for cross-pollination; fruits are susceptible to cracking caused by heavy rains; comes into fruit-bearing moderately early; requires full sun, susceptible to frosts; needs pollinators; low susceptibility to fungal and bacterial diseases, but more easily affected by viruses than other cultivars

    Pollinators: Sam, Schneiders Spaete Knorpel, Hedelfingen, Bianca

    Technological characteristics: fruits have good taste qualities, suitable for fresh consumption and processing, as well as for canning and freezing; tolerate transportation well

  • KordiaKORDIA


    Ripening period: 20-30 July

    Tree: vigorously growing, upright in the first years after planting, but at the height of its growth - moderately vigourous; forms a wide, cone-shaped crown; regular high crops, requires pruning to prevent susceptibility to branch stripping; medium to late blooming; comes into fruit-bearing early; semi-susceptible to splitting, low resistance to frosts (flower buds are sensitive to spring frosts); low susceptibility to diseases

    Pollinators: Van, Hedelfingen, Regina, Star, Sam, Schneiders Spaete Knorpel

    Technological characteristics: fruits are preferably used for fresh consumption; they tolerate transportation very well

  • SamSAM


    Ripening period: 20-25 June

    Tree: big, hardy, vigorous, upright, with thin wide-pyramidal crown; blooms later than other varieties, good pollinator; susceptible to turning frosts and late spring colds; shows some resistance to splitting due to rainfall and Bacterial canker

    Technological characteristics: a variety suitable for fresh consumption and processing into compotes

  • VanVAN


    Ripening period: ripens 3 to 5 days after Summit - third ten-day of June

    Tree: moderate to strong growth, semi-upright, with wide-pyramidal medium dense crown; an early-bearing variety, satisfactory resistance to late spring frosts; high fertility, very susceptible to White leaf spot /Cocomycosis/, sensitive to the virus Little cherry / affects the fruit size and quality/; fruits split in case of rainfall during the ripening period; trees must be grown in typical habitats for cherries with sufficiently dampen soils; not preferably to be grafted on weak root-stocks; maintaining an appropriate tree height helps develop fruit size

    Pollinators: Bing, Napoleon, Hedelfingen, Bigarreau Burlat, Reinier, Starking hardy giant; the variety is inter-sterile to Venus, Windsor and Merton Bigarreau

    Technological characteristics: fruits withstand handling and transportation well; suitable for processing into compotes and for freezing; one of the most appraised cherry varieties

  • OktaviaOKTAVIA


    Ripening period: 25 - 30 June

    Tree: vigorous; significantly high resistance to frosts; intensive blooming, a self-fertile variety

    Technological characteristics: fruits have very good taste qualities

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  Morello Cherry
  • Kelleris 16KELLERIS 16


    Ripening period: mid-July

    Tree: vigorous; forms a dense, inverted cone-shaped crown with quite thick branches; comes into fruit-bearing early; gives heavy, regular crops; self-fertile variety; medium resistance to frosts; semi-susceptible to Bacterial canker and White leaf spot, highly susceptible to Monilinia laxa /Brown rot/

    Technological characteristics: fruits are suitable for technological processing, particularly for production of juices

  • Heimanns KonservenHEIMANNS KONSERVEN (FANAL)


    Ripening period: late June - early July

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with a spherical medium dense crown; regular and good fruit-bearing, moderately early blooming, self-fertile variety; susceptible to White leaf spot /Cocomycosis/, relatively resistant to Brown rot; good cold tolerance of flower buds; it does not show exigence to soil conditions with appropriate choice of root-stock

    Technological characteristics: fruits withstand transportation very well; excellent for processing into juice and very good for preparation of compotes

  • OblachinskaOBLACHINSKA


    Ripening period: late June - early July

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with dense oval crown; forms shoots through which it can multiply on own root; self-pollinating variety, moderately early blooming, comes into fruit-bearing early - after the third year of planting; very high and regular fertility; very high resistance of branches and buds to low temperatures and of blooms and dwarfs to spring frosts; absolutely non-exigent to soil conditions; susceptible to White rust

    Technological chatacteristics: fruits withstand transportation very well; excellent for processing into juice, compote and for freezing

  • SchattenmorelleSCHATTEN MORELLE


    Ripening period: 25 June - 10 July

    Tree: moderately vigorous, with dense spherical crown and hanging branches; very high fertility, comes into fruit-bearing late - the fourth year of planting; late blooming; self-pollinator; susceptible to White leaf spot /Cocomycosis/ and Brown rot, good resistance to winter frosts and moderate to spring frosts; good adaptation, but requires aerated soils

    Technological characteristics: fruist withstand satisfactorily transportation, suitable for production of juice and for freezing; not very suitable for mechanized harvesting

  • Prunus Mahaleb
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  Hazelnuts
  • Halleshe RiesenHALLESHE RIESEN / GEANT DE HALLE


    Ripening period: September

    Shell:
    • Shape: spherical, conical at the top
    • Color: light, sleek
    • Size: large (over 60% are over 20 mm)
    • Average weight: 3.5 - 4.2 g
    • Density: thick


    Nut:
    • Shape: round to ovoid, sometimes serrated, conical at the apex, a large internal cavity
    • Color: pure white to white type of ivory
    • Pellicle: brown, slightly porous
    • Size: medium size, in most cases more than 15 mm
    • Average weight: 1.3 - 1.8 g


    Technological characteristics: resistant variety, well cultivated in areas with continental climate; very nice product for its market, but the nut is quite hard

  • BarcelonaBARCELONA / FERTILE DE COUTARD


    Ripening period: September

    Fruit: moderately pubescent, slightly longer than usual for the fruit, opening in mature, moderately furrowed, well-developed callus at the base

    Shell:
    • Shape: hemispherical, slightly flattened at both ends, flat top
    • Color: light brown, moderately cloudy color
    • Size: large
    • Medium weight: 3.2 - 4 g, 50% are bigger than 20 mm
    • Density: relatively firm


    Nut:
    • Form: relatively irregular, semi-cylindrical, pointed appex, big internal cavity
    • Color: white, ivory type
    • Pellicle: brown, medium porous
    • Size: medium size, in most cases over 15 mm
    • Average weight: 1.4 - 1.8 g


    Note: very old variety grown mainly for nuts market; it is still a main variety in France and Oregon (USA)

  • EnnisENNIS


    Ripening period: end of September

    Fruit: hull - rather fleshy, relatively smooth, slightly longer than the fruit itself, very low stalk

    Shell:
    • Shape: ovoid, conical at the top
    • Color: bright, shiny, slightly furrowed
    • Size: very large (over 60% of fruits are over 20 mm)
    • Average weight: 4-4.7
    • Density: medium


    Nut:
    • Shape: irregular shape (relatively concave), big internal cavity
    • Color: ivory
    • Pellicle: light Havana color, deep brown, slightly corky
    • Average weight: 1.7-2.1g
    • Flavour: fairly sweet, aromatic


    Notes: Yeld of nuts - an average of 41-46%; difficult to peel

  • GunslebertGUNSLEBERT


    Ripening period: the end of September

    Nut: medium-sized, oblong, with thin shell, good texture and strong flavour; fibrous pellicle that is difficult to remove; they grow in bunches up to 8 pieces per one

    Pollinators: Cosford, Kentish Cob

    Notes: moderate vigour, hardy, stable and very productive hazelnut; good pollinator for other varieties; it is even resistant to earwigs since the hull is very tight

  • Corylus Avellana
 
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