| An American cultivar, made by cross-breeding of NEWBURGH and LOYD GEORGE sorts. The shoots can grow up to 3m high, with life span of 2 years and, if the conditions provide plenty of sunlight and water, it can give crop of some 15t/ha. Depending on the altitude, it ripens from June till mid August, with dark red, middle sized (4,5g) fruit, in rounded conic shape, with sweet and aromatic taste. It has an average dry matter of 8-12 Bx. It’s tolerant when it comes to viruses, but sensitive to frost, didymella and Phytophthora root rot.
| An American variety established in 1967, by cross-breeding of WILLAMETTE and CUTHBERTH. Smaller in size than WILLAMETTE, with dry matter up to 13 Bx, the fruit is in moderate shade of red, very aromatic in taste, firm and easy to separate from the receptacle. This makes them convenient for mechanical harvesting and transport.
| This cultivar was produced in 1980, by cross-breeding of NOOTKA and GLEN PROSEN. It has the longest maturing period of all summer crop raspberries (50 days). The fruit is firm in consistency, very large, tasty and of moderate red shade, also convenient for the sales of fresh fruit. Dry matter is up to 14 Bx.
| A Polish variety, produced in 1991 by cross-breeding of HERITAGE and ZEVA HERBSTERNTE. Double or ever-bearing plant, grows support-free for up to 150 cm, and bears fruit from mid July to November. The very intensive red colored fruit is of middle size (3,5g), aromatic, firm in consistency and has a wide field of use.
| This is a new Polish cultivar, which shows good results in Serbia climate, bearing fruit twice per season. The fruit is of middle size (3,2g), of light red color and has satisfactory firmness. It’s economical for growing and has a long harvesting period (from July till first frosts start).
| This is an American ever-bearing variety created in 1969 by cross-breeding of MILTON, CUTHBERT and DURHAM. The fruit is of dark red color, small to middle sized, and of rounded conic shape. It has mild aroma and has sweet-sour taste. This ever-bearing cultivar is convenient for areas where the danger of early frost exists, since the second, autumn crop is in September and is larger than the first, summer crop (in July). The fruit is convenient for all types of useh.