|| This is the most spread variety which ripens in the 1st half of October. The fruit is diverse in size (200-500g), bright yellow in color, with firm, yellow, pleasantly sour and aromatic mesocarp. It bears transport well.
|| This cultivar was created at the Agricultural Institute in Cacak, in 1987, by cross-breeding of MAMUT and LESKOVACKA varieties. It ripens 7 days before LESKOVACKA quince. The fruit is large (300g), round-cone in shape, with bright yellow exocarp. The mesocarp is semi-frim, dense, succulent, with mildly sour taste and pleasant aroma. It’s convenient for fresh consumption due to relatively soft flesh, and it’s excellent for all kinds of processing.
|| This an old American variety, which is sometimes grown in Serbia. The fruit is large (350g), with pear-like shape, bright yellow exocarp cover in small grey spots. The pale yellow mesocarp is moderately juicy, aromatic and pleasantly sour.