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This is the cultivar that deserves to be grown more widely for its high-quality fruits and abundant bearing. It has the largest fruit among sour cherry varieties. The fruit is 6g in average, reniform, with red to deep red, smooth and glossy skin. The flesh is ruby red, semi-firm, juicy, acidic and aromatic, giving intensely colored juice. The stone is small, with the flesh ratio of about 95%. Shumadinka is suitable for both fresh use and all forms of processing. It belongs to late ripening cultivars.
The fruit of Cacak’s Best plum is best for picking in mid August. It blooms mid-early. Its good pollinators are Cacak’s Early, Cacak’s Beauty and Stanley. The tree yields a lot of fruit. The dark blue fruit is quite large and oval in shape. The flesh is greenish-yellow, firm, quite juicy and delicious in taste.
Santa Maria tree has a medium luxuriant tree top and ripens in mid August. It yields a lot of fruit. The fruit is medium large to large, of greenish-yellow ground colour, with a pronounced blush on the sunny side. Its flesh is white, juicy, sweet-and-sour, with not so distinguishing flavour.
More frequently medium than large, the clusters are cylindrical to conic in shape, with medium dense shots. The cluster rachis is short and greenish. Being prone to yielding abundantly, it should be grown on dry, permeable, stony-pebbly type of land. Being late variety, it should be grown primarily on south exposures so it could reach its full ripeness. Prokupac variety is susceptible to downy mildew, moderately susceptible to powdery mildew and relatively resistant to Noble rot. It has medium resistance to winter frost. Down to -16 to -18° C does not freeze.
Idared apples ripen in late September, early October, and can be maintained in cold storage until July. The fruit is large to very large, pale green and mostly covered in bright red blush. The flesh is whitish, quite firm, of medium quality. The fruit is juicy and harmonically sweet and sour in taste.
It is harvested in the second half of Septembre. The tree is medium luxuriant to luxuriant. It blossoms early and is sensitive to frost, drought and wind. It mostly yields an average number of fruits. This rustic apple has large and round fruit. The flesh is light yellow, firm, juicy, tart and fragrant. The apple stands up well to cooking. Generally Boskoop varieties are very high in acid content and can contain more than four times the vitamin C of Granny Smith or Golden Delicious.