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

Our fruit varieties

Cherries

Royal Hazel (cov)

Early maturing fruit (just after Burlat)

Low chilling

Intellectuel property

Breeder : Zaiger Genetics

License manager : International Plant Selection

Tree

Port : semi – spreading

Vigour : moderate

Areas of development : South

Flowering time

Flowering time : early

Alleles : S4 - S6

Pollinator : Royal Lynn®, Royal Tioga (cov)

Fruit

Maturity : +7j Burlat (témoin)

Size : 26-28

Color : red

Organoleptic qualities : Well-balanced, juicy

Shape : kidney-shaped

Picking colour criteria (Ctifl) : 4/5

Firmness : 70/75 Durofel

Brix : 17-19%

Fruit skin colour : shinny red color (CTIFL 4/5)

Additional information :

Southern areas (early flowering)


Our suggestions

Royal Edie (cov)

Maturity : -7j Sweetheart® (témoin)

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

Staccato®

Maturity : 10j Sweetheart® (témoin)

STACCATO (variété club)a maturité très tardive. La plus tardive avec un fruit très ferme et de très bonne tenue

Royal Hazel (cov)

Maturity : 7j Burlat (témoin)

Early maturing fruit (just after Burlat)

Low chilling

Royal Lafayette®

Maturity : 5j Royal Bailey (cov)

Productive variety, with attactive fruits, featuring very good eating qualities

Fruit’s firmness is excellent

Large size fruit with a medium sensitivity to cracking

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