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Beskid - a new raspberry cultivar


, : Beskid - a new raspberry cultivar. Fruit Science Reports 18(3): 107-110

This Polish variety, bred from a cross between the elite seedling EM3650/3 (a sib of Malling Augusta) and the pollen parent clone EM2747/78, is winter hardy and resistant to Amphorophora idaei (a virus vector) and viruses. It is thought to carry the resistance genes A10 and A1, like Malling Joy.

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