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Anne

Very productive variety with good hardiness. Fruit is very big, light yellow color and excellent flavor. Summer variety if canes are pruned in the fall or a fall fruiting variety if mowed down in the fall.

Large fruit

Outstanding flavor

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Autumn Britten

A very productive fall fruiting variety with average height canes and average suckering. Fruit is very big, very firm and good flavor and of medium red color. Very interesting variety for the size of fruit.

Big sized fruit

Patented variety

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Boyne

An early mid-season variety with excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, medium in height with strong suckering. Berries are small, dark red, with good firmness and good flavour. Acidic fruit with good cohesion, excellent for freezing.

Excellent hardiness

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Festival

A mid-late season variety with excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spineless, medium in height with good suckering. Raspberries are large, medium red with excellent firmness and good flavour. The variety is susceptible to orange rust with low vigour in sandy soils.

Excellent firmness

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Heritage

A productive variety with near spineless canes, medium in height with good suckering. Raspberries are medium in size, medium to dark red with excellent firmness and good flavour. For a summer crop, cut back canes partly after fall fruiting.

Excellent firmness

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Joan J

Primocane variety with high yields. Canes are almost spineless, fruits are large and light red, firm, flavor is aromatic and sweet. Crop earliness is similar to Autumn Bliss.

Flavor and fruit of exceptional quality

Patented variety

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Killarney

A mid-season variety with excellent hardiness and excellent productivity. The canes are spiny, tall with strong suckering. Raspberries are small, medium to light red, with good firmness and good flavour. Very popular variety for fresh market and freezing.

Robust variety

Adapted to organic growing

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Madawaska

An early variety with very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are relatively spiny, tall with strong suckering. Raspberries are large, dark red, with average firmness and good flavour. Interesting for the fresh market and freezing.

Early fruit

Adapted to organic growing

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Nova

A mid-late season variety with very good hardiness and very good productivity. The canes are very tall with little spines and good suckering. Raspberries are large, medium red with excellent firmness and good flavour. Resembles Festival but with more vigour and resistance to orange rust.

Very good productivity

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Prélude

Early variety with good hardiness, that set fruit occasionally on the primocanes (1st year growth). Canes are vigorous and bear few spines. The berries are round shaped and red to dark red with a good firmness and good taste.

Earlier than the Boyne

Patented variety

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