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In Lithuania and Latvia - late winter cutivar.

Fruits: medium large (110 g), flat globose. Skin ground color yellow, larger part covered by blushed red with stripes, numerous pale, large and very large lenticels.

Harvest: the end of Spetember.

Stores 5 months in cool storage.


Short, medium thick.

Stalk cavity : deep, medium wide, regular funnel shape, covered by ligth brown russet.


Open or semi-open

Sepals : wide, greenish, hairy

Eye basin : deep, medium wide, sligthly ribbed


Yellowish, under skin and around locules reddish, soft, juicy.

Brix : 12.5%

seeds : narrow, open

Flavour : acid sweet, good

Firmness : 82 N/cm²

Seed locules : narrow, open

Titrable acids : 0.5-0.7 %

About the cultivar

Origin: Lithuania. Breeders: I. Štaras, D. Bulavienė, B. Gelvonauskis, D.

Cross combination: ‘Pepin Shafranny‘ × (‘Common Antonovka’ + ‘Cox Pomona’ +‘Kandil-kitaika‘).

Owner – Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Institute of Horticulture (Babtai), 1996.

Use : dessert

Tree : medium vigorous or vigorous, suitable to grow on roostocks P 14, M.26, P 60, B.396, M.9.

Winter hardiness : very good in Lithuania, good in Latvia

Type of production : early, productive, annual bearing

Resistance to diseases : polygenic resistant to scab