Europe commercial cultivar for large fresh fruit production

16TP4 is a new blackberry plant selected for commercial fresh fruit production. Variety was discovered by the Johannes Adrianus Petrus de Jongh as a chance seedling in spring of 2016 amongst seedlings that were grown from an unnamed blackberry plant in Etten-Leur, The Netherlands. Asexual propagation of the new cultivar by root cuttings, stem cuttings, and tissue culture using meristem tissue has shown that the characteristics of the new cultivar are stable and reproduced true to type in... read more


Early-season ripening large berries with very good sub-acid fruit flavor, high fruit quality with excellent postharvest potential and permanent high yields

This new floricane-fruiting cultivar has thornless canes, larger fruit and higher yields compared to its female parent APF-46. A-2491T is lower in fruit acidity and smaller in fruit size than its male parent Natchez. Plants of the A-2491T are vigorous and prolific and row establishment following planting is rapid. Primocanes and floricanes are erect. The canes can be trained to a self-supporting hedgerow although it is in beneficial to use a trellis with supporting wires to prevent canes from... read more


Early-ripening floricane-bearing cultivar based on popular commercial variety Silvan

Adrienne is an early floricane-bearing spineless blackberry with vigorous growth and excellent fruit quality. Harvesting potential is very high with the strong canes that are very vigorous for a thornless variety. Trellis are required. Typically starts to ripen a week after Silvan and a week before Waldo - approximately on second week of July. The fruit are large, rather similar to Silvan (Silvan was one of the parent of Adrienne).
Berries are firm, oblong and has conical shape. They have a... read more


Floricane-fruiting mid-summer ripening cultivar from Russia

Agate blackberry variety was bred in Russia.
This variety has an mid-summer ripening period (produces fruit in mid-July), bears fruit on floricanes. The stems are semi-erect, completely thornless. The bushes of Agate are vigorous, but the number of replacement stems is low. Floricanes have a dark purple color with a brown tinge. Primocanes have a purple color. Fruit laterals are slightly pubescent, with a little waxy coating. Stems and laterals are covered with a lot of small hairs.
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Thorny bramble with high productivity, small juicy fruit and harvest period from mid-August until the autumn frosts

Agawam cultivar is known from the end of XIX century, was found growing in a pasture in Massachusetts. In 1889 the American Pomological Society added the variety to its fruit catalog list. Agawam is still widely grown but it is not commercial variety.
Bushes are medium in size and vigor, have numerous green (changing to dark reddish brown) canes with small thorns. The leaves heavily tinged with red late in the season. Root suckers are aggressively grow at the significant distance from bush,... read more


First thornless primocane-fruiting bramble variety from Chile, South America

Bramble Amara (also known as HFM-2) is thornless primocane-fruiting variety from South America, Chile. This cultivar was breed by Chilean inventors Maria Pilar Banados Ortiz and Alejandra Andrea Salgado Rojas collaboratively with John R. Clark from Arkansas University, United States. The maternal parent of Amara is Black Magic (APF-77) variety. Amara blackberry was first selected in December 2008 in the variety garden at Nogales, Fifth Region of Valparaiso, Chile.
Plants of Amara bramble have... read more


This blackberry and raspberry hybrid with very flavorful fruits is more productive than Tayberry and Loganberry

Anastasia Wyeberry (group of weyberries) is a cross between eastern and western American wild blackberries with red raspberry hybrids and native species.
These plants are very similar to Tayberries, although Wyeberries are much more productive. The dark-red (or with a purple tint) fruits are very flavorful, cohesive, relatively firm and very large (3-4 cm in length, up to 15 g in weight per berry). Anastasia Wyeberry plants are moderately thorny, very vigorous and more cold hardy than Tayberry... read more


Productive variety is tolerate to cold and moderate climates with low average temperature

Andimora developed in Ecuador by National Autonomous Institute of Agricultural Research (INIAP) as a mutation of the blackberry Castilla (Andean berry). Variety is tolerate to cold and moderate climates of the highland Andes, where average temperature is from 12 to 17 C. Its main distinctive characteristic from Castilla is thornless, so it can be handled with bare hands.
Semi-upright stems are from 4 to 8 mm in diameter, have cylindrical shape and reddish purple color. Plants are not vigorous,... read more


Very vigorous erect-growing thornless cultivar with high winter hardiness

Apache is the ninth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive blackberry cultivars, developed by the University of Arkansas. It is the third thornless, erect cultivar released. Apache has a Navaho as one of the parents. Apache produces larger fruit and higher yields than the previously released Arkansas thornless, erect cultivars Navaho and Arapaho. Canes of Apache are thornless, and are more erect than those of Arapaho and Navaho. If primocanes are tipped at 1,1 m to... read more


Medium-sized berries with sweet flavor, produced on very healthy plants with erect, thornless canes, that are primocane-fruiting

The new cultivar APF-238T, which doesn't have name yet, is thornless two-season harvesting blackberry from the University of Arkansas.
Plants have moderate vigor, primocanes and floricanes have erect stems without barbs. Size is medium - up to 140 cm in height and up to 100 cm in width when using proper tipping. Canes are not thick, diameter at the basal is 1.25 cm on floricanes and 1.45 cm on primocanes. Anthocyanin coloration mildly present on floricanes and primocanes with color most... read more