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Mid-season strawberry plants

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AAC- Evelyn (K13-19)

Yield & quality

Mid-season to late variety, with a very good hardiness et very good productivity. Very, very large, shiny, flavorful and elongated berries.

Erect growth with deep green foliage. Medium to good runnering. Good tolerance to foliare deaseases.

Very, very  large fruits!!!

AC Saint-Jean...

Early mid-season variety, with very good hardiness and excellent productivity. Berries are shiny light red of good size and firm. Fruits are know to contain high levels of antioxydants and sustain a long shelf life. Plants are vigorous with a low spread habit, foliage has shown a very good resistance to leaf spots. A must known cultivars, with a high yield potential.

High nutraceutical value

Patented variety

« AC » is an official trademark used to a license granted by Agriculture and Agrifood Canada.

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AC Saint-Pierre

New mid-to-late season variety, good hardiness. Good size fruit, with good firmness and medium red colour. Excellent variety for its lasting freshness, ideal for the fresh market.

High preservation for the fresh market

Patented variety

« AC » is an official trademark used to a license granted by Agriculture and Agrifood Canada.

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Cabot

A mid-to-late season variety with good hardiness and very good productivity. The strawberries have good size, good firmness, bright red colour with average taste. Interesting variety if looking for a bigger size fruit.

Interesting variety for its size

Patented variety

Cavendish

A mid-season variety with good hardiness and good productivity. Good size fruit. At maturity, color and ripening are not uniform. Sensitivity to Sinbar and to root diseases.

Good for fresh markets

Patented varieties

Adapted to organic growing

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Chambly

A mid-season variety with excellent hardiness and very good productivity. The strawberries have good size, good firmness, medium to dark red glossy colour with very good flavour. Susceptible to mildew. Biconical and uniform fruit size, easy to pick and to hull.

Adapted to heavier soils

Patented variety

Dickens

New variety for trial: yeild & uniformity

Mid-season to late harvest, very good hardiness et productivity. A short conical fruit with good size. Flavorful, bright and very firm berries.

Follow Jewell in the production dates with a similar yield.

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Glooscap

A mid-season variety with very good hardiness and excellent productivity. The strawberries have very good size, good firmness, medium to dark red colour with good flavour.

Good pick-your-own variety

Jewel

A mid-season variety with very good hardiness and very good productivity. The strawberries have excellent size, very good firmness, bright red glossy color with a good flavor. Good fresh market variety with attractive fruit.

The most cultivated variety for the fresh market

Kent

A mid-season variety with very good hardiness and excellent productivity. The strawberries have very good size, very good firmness, bright red color with a good flavor. Susceptible to leaf spots and very susceptible to Sinbar.

Variety for the fresh market

Laurel

A mid-season variety with good hardiness and good productivity. Good size fruit. At maturity, color and ripening are not uniform.

Sensitivity to Sinbar and to root diseases.

Good for fresh markets

Patented varieties

Adapted to organic growing