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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

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25 and more $0.6000 per plant
+15% royalty per plant

The product is sold in account of 25 plants.

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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

Data sheet

Origin
New York
Hardiness
Very good
Productivity
Very good
Size
Good
Flavor
Good
Firmness
Very good
Properties
Good yield
Type of market
Retail & processing

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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.

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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.

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