| This is a domestic Serbian cultivar with early, steady ripeness time, from the 2nd half of July till the end of September. The fruit shape is like a large elongated cylinder. It is glossy black in color, and due to firmness bears transporting well.
| This variety ripens in average to late season. It has lush stems, which are highly sensitive to winter frost. The fruit is cone shaped, with rounded head, average to large and firmly pressed to torus (receptacle), with pleasant mildly acrid taste, and glossy black exocarp. This blackberry is more convenient for fresh consumption.
| This cultivar ripens late and has very thick shoots of high fecundity. It’s resistant to antrachnose and winter frost. The fruit is firm and mildly acrid in taste; it’s extremely convenient for production of jams, preserves, and jellies, but also for consumption in fresh form.
| This variety is resistant to unfavorable weather conditions. It bears middle size, shiny black fruit of cylindrically elongated shape, with sweet-sour taste, strong aroma and average dry matter of 13,5%. When it comes to fruit characteristics, this cultivar resembles wild blackberry and its ripening period span is from till September. Due to fruit durability after the harvest, it’s ideal for fresh consumption, beside its use in industrial processing.
| This cultivar has very lush canes, rich in fecundity, but insufficiently resistant to winter frost. The fruit is large, sweet, aromatic, excellent in taste. It can be cultivated in the protected spaces.