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  • Date: 6-01-2016, 12:10
6-01-2016, 12:10


Category: The local grape varieties

It is a less-spread grape sort of Uzbekistan, and is called Kizil (Golden) Khirman in Tashkent and Khorazm provines of Uzbekistan. It was grown in sovkhoz Ingilab agricultural farming in Khachmaz region and winemaking-experimental stations in Azerbaijan Republic in 50-60s.
It grows rapidly. Flowers are functional female type. Clusters are very large, cone-shaped with burdocks and branches, rare and medium dense. Cluster stalk is very long and thick. Seeds are big and sometimes very big, prolonged and long, cylindrical, tips are rounded, dark red or light purple. Skin is thick, rough and connected to crunchy languid. Taste is ordinary but pleasantly sweet.
Ichkimar is of medium ripening table sort. Demands much heat. Becomes fully ripen at the end of August in Tashkent, in early September in Samarkand and late September in Khachmaz. That is why it has been included to late ripening sort of grapes in Azerbaijan.
Productivity increases if grown in fertile lands in strong forms and if pollinated in time.
For the strength of seeds doesn't lag the Nimrang and Tayfi sorts.

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