IPS PLANT, FRUIT VARIETIES LICENSE MANAGEMENT, EXPERIEMENTAL ORCHARDS, RESEARCH AND SELECTION

Our fruit varieties

Cherries

Royal Edie (cov)

Self– fertile variety.
Attractive fruits, with superb eating qualities.

Fruit‘s firmness is very good

The biggest calibre to be expected for a late maturing cherry

Intellectuel property

Breeder : Zaiger Genetics

License manager : International Plant Selection

Tree

Port : erected

Vigour : strong

Areas of development : all

Flowering time

Flowering time : early

Alleles : S1 - S4'

Fruit

Maturity : -7j Sweetheart® (témoin)

Size : 28-30

Color : red

Organoleptic qualities : sweet cherry, with a mild taste and marked aromatic componants

Shape : kidney-shaped

Picking colour criteria (Ctifl) : 4/5

Firmness : 70/80 Durofel

Brix : 17/19%

Fruit skin colour : carmine colour (CTIFL color 4/5)

Additional information :

Self fertile

Rapid fruit setting

The fruit is particularly firm with a creamy and juicy texture. The fruit calibre is homogenous even if the fruit’s load is heavy. The stalk is thick, of a medium length, rarely presenting double fruits.


Our suggestions

Stardust®

Maturity : 5j Rainier (témoin)

Variété bicolore intéressante pour sa floraison et maturité tardive. Productive et constante chaque année.

Satin®

Maturity : 4j Summit (témoin)

Calibre, fermeté, production et tolérance à l'éclatement font de SATIN une variété incontournable dans le créneau SUMMIT

Skeena (cov)

Maturity : -7j Sweetheart® (témoin)

L’autofertilité et la tardivité de floraison font de SKEENA une variété adaptée à toutes les zones de production

Royal Hazel (cov)

Maturity : 7j Burlat (témoin)

Early maturing fruit (just after Burlat)

Low chilling

Maturity chartMaturity chart