In Latvia- late, in Poland - medium
Fruits: medium to large, broad conical, with medium ribbing at calyx, dark red, ground colour yellow or greenish yellow. At harvest ground colour green, over-colour brownish. Without thinning fruits may be below medium size.
Harvest with ‘Spartan’, in LV - 1st half of October.
Stores 6...7 months or longer. Eating maturity (Latvia) - after 2...3 months common storage.
Short, medium thick.
Stalk cavity : medium to deep, wide; russet medium.
Open or semi-open, medium size.
Eye basin : medium deep, wide.
Firm, crisp, juicy.
Brix : at harvest 12.5 %, at eating maturity 13-14 %
Flavour : subacid, good, aroma weak
Firmness : at harvest 8.4 kg/cm2, at eating maturity 6-7 kg/cm2
Seed locules : closed or semi-open
Titrable acids : at eating maturity 0.5-0.7 %
Total polyphenols : 170 mg/100g
About the cultivar
Origin: Latvia, cross by R.Dumbravs (‘Iedzenu’ × ‘Liberty’), breeders’ rights (LV) – Institute of Horticulture (Dobele), 2018
Use : dessert
Tree : vigorous, with a tendency to bare wood
Winter-hardiness : in Latvia medium
Disease tolerance : resistant to scab (Vf/Rvi6), fruit rots
Type of production : productive, medium regular