FruitBreeding - New The James Hutton Institute Fruit Varieties - Raspberry 0123A7 | The James Hutton Institute

New varieties

These are our newly bred varieties that are not yet released. They are identified using their provisional names or their selection numbers where names have not yet been considered. Click on the link to view details on:

  • 9059D-2 
  • 9062E-1 
  • 0123A7 
  • Blackberry
  • 86506G7
  • Strawberry
  • 932034
  • Blackcurrants
  • Ben Vane 
  • 8872-1
  • Gooseberries
  • 9223-1
  • 9223-2

  • Raspberry selection 0123A7 Funded by the Scottish Raspberry Breeding Consortium

    Parentage: 9349A4 x 9046RA2
    Season: 00123A7 is an early-mid season summer fruiting raspberry which begins picking about 4-6 days before Glen Ample.
    Plant Habit: Primocane are spine-free with a very upright growth habit. Laterals present fruit well for hand picking.
    Fruit Quality: Fruit is bright, attractive, paler in colour than Glen Ample and has a similar conical shape to Tulameen. Flavour is sweet and aromatic.
    Fruit Size: Fruit size 4.7 - 5.1g
    Fruit Yield: Early observations of yield at SCRI indicate a more productive crop than Glen Ample.
    Pest and disease tolerance: Carries gene A10, conferring resistance to most strains of aphid virus vector Amphorophora idaei.

    New raspberry