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  • Date: 6-01-2016, 17:09
6-01-2016, 17:09


Category: The local grape varieties

It is regarded as one of the valuable clone of Middle Asia table grapes. It is planted in all republics of Middle Asia and in some grape collections of winegrowing regions of the world. It has widely been grown in Azerbaijan grape collections in 50s of the last century in Ingilab sovkhoz of Khachmaz region. It was brought from Yalta to Tartar region of Azerbaijan in 1961 and then to Azerbaijan Agricultural Institute's grape collections in 1969.
At present, they grow it in Ganja Winegrowing and Winemaking Experimental Station.
Bushes are very strong. It likes strong forms. Flowers are of functional female type. Cluster is big and very big (4 kilograms in Uzbekistan, 2 kilograms in Tartar region), wide cone shaped with burdocks and branchy, sometimes very rare or medium dense. Seeds are big, round or weak oval; some seeds can be with straight round edge, weak pink with greenish white. Half of the seed is weak pink. Skin is rough and firm. Languid is firm, flesh is crispy. Taste is harmonious, sweet and fragrant.
Clone is late ripening and grows well in hot climate. It ripens in Ganja and Tartar at the end of September.

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