Origin: USDA (1993)
- High-bush type cultivar.
- Plants are of high vigor, growing mostly upright to 6 feet at maturity.
- Plants produce high yields in areas recommended. Damage to fruit buds will occur when winter temperatures fall below minus 18F (minute 27C).
- Fruit sizes is medium approximately 75 berries per cup. The flavor of the fruits is sweet with very low acidity. The flavor is superior to most other cultivars.
- The fruits are of high quality, being very firm with a small stem scar. 90% of the fruits were of excellent quality after 8 days in normal storage at 40 degrees F. This variety has the capability of long term storage in controlled atmosphere conditions.
- The plants are adaptable for mechanical harvesting.
- Fresh marketing of the fruit is best because of the fine quality and flavorful fruits.
- Plants are resistant to stem canker. Plants appear to have resistance to leaf, root, and fungal diseases. The plants seems to be adaptable to many soil types, even the clays. Hardiness Zones 8-5.