FruitBreeding - New The James Hutton Institute Fruit Varieties - Raspberry 9059D-2 | 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 9059D-2 Funded by the Scottish Raspberry Breeding Consortium

    Parentage: 7826C1 x 8627RE7
    Season: 9059D-2 is an early season selection and begins picking 4-6 days before Glen Ample and fruits into mid-August at SCRI.
    Plant Habit: Primocane has low to moderate vigour. Canes are spine-free and upright. Fruit is displayed well for picking on strong laterals.
    Fruit Quality: The fruit are large and firm, very bright, relatively pale in colour and have a strong sweet flavour. 9059D-2 is not suitable for machine harvesting but presents itself well in a punnet and may be suitable for the fresh market.
    Fruit Size: 5.7 g / Brix %: 14.1
    Yield: Yield: 6.9 T/Ha (Average yield data from trials at SCRI over five years from machine harvested plots (figures are extrapolated from a 20m row).
    Pest and Disease Tolerance: Carries gene A1, now susceptible to the most common strain of aphid virus vector Amphorophora idaei (strains 2 and X). Susceptible to Raspberry bushy dwarf virus.

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