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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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Price grid

Quantity Price
50 to 99 $2.5400 per plant
100 to 249 $1.9600 per plant
250 to 499 $1.5000 per plant
500 to 999 $1.1900 per plant
1000 to 4999 $0.9450 per plant
5000 and more $0.8500 per plant

The product is sold in account of 50 plants.

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2018-10-22

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

Data sheet

Origin
Nova Scotia
Hardiness
Very good
Productivity
Very good
Size
Very good
Flavor
Very good
Firmness
Excellent
Properties
#1 Variety
Type of market
Wholesale, retail, pick-your-own & processing

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