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Gooseberries, this thorny shrub in at least one specimen, but always on every garden plot. This culture is rich in history, and has been known to man for a very long time. Gooseberries were once grown on a large scale in our country, but most of its plantations were destroyed by powdery mildew brought from another continent. It took years for breeders to be able to develop varieties resistant to this disease, and now the demand for gooseberry planting material and the area occupied by this crop are increasing every year.

Gooseberries of various varieties

At the moment, in the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation there are 46 varieties of this remarkable culture, the very first gooseberry varieties were obtained back in 1959, these are the varieties: Malachite, Russian, Lefora seedling, Smena and Chelyabinsk green. New in the 21st century: White Nights, Defender, Cossack, Candy, Favorite, People’s, Spring, Northern Captain, Serenade, Snezhana, Ural Emerald, Ural Pink, Flamingo, Shershnevsky and Eridan.

Each of these gooseberry varieties is recommended for one or more regions of the Russian Federation, selected in accordance with a number of climatic features. There are 12 such regions, one or another gooseberry variety is recommended for each of them. Let's take a closer look at the varieties and find out for which region a particular cultivar is recommended.

Let's start with the grade HarlequinIt was received in 1995 and recommended for regions 9 and 10 - Ural and West Siberian. This gooseberry variety is characterized as late, it is a shrub, characterized by medium growth strength, medium sprawl of the crown and has rather large leaf blades of green color. In the inflorescence of this variety there are usually three flowers. After flowering, berries are tied, they are red in color, rounded in shape, with a taste rated by tasters at 4.4 points out of 5 possible. In fruits up to 6.0% sugars, more than 3% acids, over 24 mg% ascorbic acid. The yield from the bush reaches 2.5 kg. The variety is not affected by powdery mildew, rarely damaged by a sawfly.

Cultivar White Nights was bred in 2000 and recommended for cultivation in the second, Northwest region. The fruits of the variety ripen early. The plant itself is a very modest-sized bush with straight, covered with spikes, shoots. Leaf blades are medium in size and green in color. In an inflorescence, usually one, less often - two flowers. Gooseberry fruits weighing about 3.5 g, their shape is round, the color is yellow-green, there is a slight pubescence. Tasters rate taste at 4.3 points, appearance at 4.4 points. Each berry contains up to 10.9% sugars, over 1.8% acids, up to 30 mg% ascorbic acid. The maximum yield from the bush is 3.1 kg. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Gooseberry variety Beryl was included in the State Register in 1998 and recommended for cultivation in 9 and 10 regions - Ural and West Siberian. This is a medium-sized shrub with a slightly spreading crown. Shoots are usually bent, have spines only from below. Leaf blades are rather large. There are two flowers in the inflorescence. Fruits have a rounded shape, a mass of about 3.5 g, yellow-green color with a skin that is not pubescent. Tasters evaluate the taste of berries at 4.4 points, the attractiveness of appearance - at 4.5 points. In each berry of this variety there are up to 9.8% sugars, about 0.5% acids, more than 38 mg% ascorbic acid. The maximum yield from the bush is about six kilograms. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew and is characterized by high winter hardiness.

Gooseberry Variety Harlequin Gooseberry variety White Nights Gooseberry Variety Beryl

Vlad, - this gooseberry variety was obtained in 1995 and recommended for cultivation in 2, 4, 7, 9 and 10 regions, these are the North-West, Volga-Vyatka, Middle Volga, Ural and West Siberian regions. Harvest of this variety ripens in the early stages. Variety plants are actively growing shrubs with a slightly spreading crown. Leaf blades are rather large, dark green with a shine. There can be two or three flowers in an inflorescence. The fruits of the variety reach a mass of 2.9 g, they are red, quite tasty, this indicator tasters rate 4.3 points, and appearance - 4.4 points. In berries up to 15% sugars, more than 2.8% acids, over 28 mg% ascorbic acid. The maximum yield of the variety is about two kilograms per bush. The variety is immune to powdery mildew, but can be damaged by a sawfly.

Defender, - this gooseberry variety was obtained relatively recently, in 2010 and recommended for cultivation in the third, Central, region. The variety is characterized by late ripening. Plants of this variety are actively growing shrubs with straight shoots, completely covered with thorns, and large leaf blades of dark green color. Each inflorescence can have from one to three flowers. The fruits of this species have an oval-pear-shaped, dark red, almost black, color and a noticeable waxy coating. The average weight of the fruit is about 4.9 g. The taste of the berries is quite pleasant, with tasters it is estimated at 4.5 points, and appearance - at 4.6 points. The maximum yield from the bush reaches 5.6 kilograms. The variety is drought tolerant, winter-hardy, but can be affected by powdery mildew.

Cossack, - this gooseberry variety was included in the State Register in 2006 and recommended for cultivation in the fifth region - Central Black Earth. The ripening period for the variety is medium late. Variety plants are shrubs with medium growth power and a spreading crown due to their curved shoots. Leaf blades of bright green color. In the inflorescence can be either one or two flowers. The fruits of the variety have a mass of about 3.6 g; they are oval in shape, dark red in color, slightly pubescent. The taste of berries is quite pleasant, tasters rate it at 4.9 points, this is a very high mark. Each berry of the Cossack variety contains up to 11.7% sugars, about 1.4% acids, and up to 39.8 mg% ascorbic acid. The maximum yield per plant reaches eight kilograms. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Gooseberry variety Vladil Gooseberry Variety Defender

Gingerbread man, - this gooseberry variety was obtained in 1988, it recommended for cultivation in 3, 4, 5 and 11 regions, that is, in the Central, Volga-Vyatka, Central Black Earth and East Siberian. The variety is characterized by an average ripening period and high productivity, reaching six kilograms per bush. A variety plant is a medium-sized bush with a rather thick and spreading crown. Spikes on the shoots are small, there are not many. In inflorescences can be either one or two flowers. The fruits are very large, can reach a mass of 8.1 g, they are rounded, dark red. Taste is rated at 4.6 points. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Candy, - this cultivar was included in the State Register in 2008 and recommended for cultivation in 10 and 11 regions - West Siberian and East Siberian. The variety is characterized by an average ripening period. Variety plants are medium-sized shrubs with a compact crown and fairly thin shoots. The spikes, like shoots, are thin, located singly and usually only at the bottom of the shoot. In the inflorescence can be either one or two flowers. The fruits are medium-sized, spherical, red in color. The taste of gooseberries is quite pleasant, tasters rated at 4.7 points. The average weight of the fruit is about 3.2 g. Each berry contains up to 8.7% sugars, more than 1.1% acids, over 55.1 mg% ascorbic acid. The maximum yield of the variety reaches 2.4 kg per bush. The variety is resistant to drought, not afraid of frost.

Cooperator, - gooseberry variety obtained in 1999 and recommended for two regions - 9 and 11, these are the Ural and East Siberian. Harvest ripens in medium-late periods. The maximum yield often exceeds six kilograms per bush. Variety plants are shrubs of medium height, with a compact, moderately sprawling crown. Shoots have spines only in the lower part, which somewhat simplifies harvesting. In the inflorescence can be either two or three flowers. The fully ripened gooseberry fruits reach a mass of 7.6 g, have a pear-shaped and dark red color, sometimes look black. The taste is very pleasant, it is considered dessert, its tasters rate 4.9 points. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Gooseberry Variety Gingerbread Man Gooseberry variety Candy Gooseberry variety Cooperator

Krasnoslavyanskiy, - this gooseberry variety was included in the State Register in 1992 and recommended immediately for three regions - 2, 3 and 4, these are North-West, Central and Volgo-Vyatka. The crop of this variety ripens in the medium term, the yield is quite high reaches seven kilograms per bush. Variety plants are shrubs of small stature with a slightly spreading crown. The spikes are small and not many. The fruits are very large, reaching nine grams, their shape is round, the color is dark red, noticeably slight pubescence on the surface. The pulp of the berries is very tasty, the taste is estimated by tasters at 4.5 points. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Red large, - it was received in 1974 and recommended for cultivation in the tenth region - West Siberian. Interestingly, this gooseberry variety was obtained from a seedling that accidentally grew, its parents are unknown. The variety is characterized by medium maturity, high winter hardiness and resistance to a complex of diseases and pests. Productivity varies from year to year from three to four kilograms of fruit from the bush. The plants themselves are of medium vigor and quite sprawling. There are plenty of thorns on old shoots, very few on young shoots. The berries are not large, reaching a mass of 3.1 g. The shape of the fruit is elongated-oval, the color is dark red. The taste is quite pleasant, tasters rated at 4.5 points.

Kubanets, - this gooseberry variety was bred in 1997 and zoned only in one region - 6, North Caucasian. Harvest on low and slightly sprawling bushes of this variety ripens early. It is easy to assemble, because the spikes on thick and straight shoots are located only in the lower part. Ripe berries are oval, green in color, have no pubescence and reach a mass of 5.7 g. The maximum yield from a gooseberry bush reaches 9.4 kilograms on good soil. The fruits of the variety are tasty, tasters rate the taste at 4.5 points, and the appearance at 4.6 points. Each berry has up to 7.7% sugars, about 2.2% acids, over 33 mg% ascorbic acid. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew and does not require pollinating varieties on the site.

Gooseberry variety Krasnoslavyanskiy Gooseberry variety Red large Gooseberry variety Kubanets

Cultivar Favorite, - he was included in the State Register at the very beginning of this century - in 2000 and recommended for cultivation in the 10th region, West Siberian. Berries on the sprawling bushes of this gooseberry variety ripen quite early; picking them is not very convenient: very thick shoots are covered with no less thick spikes. However, the berries are worth suffering from the collection, they have an oval shape, a mass of about 4.0 g, a yellow-green color of a dense, wax-coated skin and a rather pleasant taste, although without aroma, estimated by tasters at 4.9 points. Each fruit contains up to 8.8% sugars, about 2.0% acids, more than 43 mg% ascorbic acid. The yield of the variety is very high and in good soil reaches 8.7 kg per bush. The advantages of the variety include its winter hardiness, resistance to powdery mildew and relative resistance to sawfly.

Malachite, - the gooseberry variety is old, 1959, however, it is precisely it that is most often found in summer cottages. The variety is zoned in many regions, it is easier to say in which cultivation is not desirable, these are 6, 10 and 11 regions, namely the North Caucasus, West Siberian and East Siberian. Harvest on vigorous and slightly spreading bushes ripens in the medium term. The maximum yield is about four kilograms per bush. Harvest will have to be done with caution, because small spikes are scattered over the entire surface of the shoots. However, nobody leaves Malachite berries on the shoots, they say that the most delicious jam comes from the fruits of this variety. By the way, the fruits cannot be called small, they reach a mass of 7.1 g, have a slightly elongated shape and a rich green color. The taste is pleasant, tasters rated at 4.6 points. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Lighthouse, - this gooseberry variety is newer, it was included in the State Register in 1992 and zoned only in one region - in the North-West (2). Harvest on well-developed bushes with arch-shaped shoots ripens in the middle. Harvesting is not very easy: the shoots have very sharp spikes, which are sometimes very densely distributed. The mass of berries is not a record - about 3.3 g, yield is also at an average level - about 5.2 kg per bush. What is a good variety? Pleasant dark red color of berries, good taste estimated by tasters at 4.3 points, and a high sugar content in them - more than 10.5%. In addition, the variety is characterized by high winter hardiness and resistance to powdery mildew.

Gooseberry variety Lyubimets Gooseberry variety Malachite Gooseberry variety Lighthouse

Gooseberry variety Reliable - included in the State Register in 1994 and recommended for cultivation in three regions at once - West Siberian (10), East Siberian (11) and Far Eastern (12). Harvest on these winter-hardy bushes with a very compact crown ripens in the medium term. With a fruit mass of 3.1 grams from the bush, you can collect up to 6.3 kg of fruits. Each berry has an oval shape, a pink color and a rather fleshy taste, although due to the perceived acid, the tasters give a taste of only 4.1 points. The fruits contain a lot of sugars, more than 11.8%. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

A relatively new gooseberry variety - FolkIt was received in 2009 and zoned in the West Siberian region (10). Harvest on vigorous bushes of this variety ripens late, which allows to extend the period of consumption of fresh berries. Collecting berries is quite convenient, because there are thorns only at the bottom of the shoots. The average weight of berries is about 3.3 points; they are round and dark red in shape. The taste is very pleasant, evaluated by tasters at 4.9 points, but the yield is not very high, only 3 kg from the bush. Among the advantages can be noted resistance to pests and diseases and drought tolerance.

Cultivar Rainbow was included in the State Register at the very end of the 20th century, in 1999, he zoned in the West Siberian (10) region. Harvest on medium-sized plants of the variety ripen in the medium term. Gathering berries is not so easy, because the thin shoots of the variety are literally dotted with thorns. The berries of this gooseberry variety are not very large, about 2.8 g, but the yield cannot be called low, often it exceeds 6.9 kg per bush. When fully ripened, the fruits of the Rainbow variety are painted in a pleasant, red color, they have an average skin density and a rather pleasant taste, estimated by tasters at 4.9 points. The fruits contain quite a lot of sugars - more than 8.1% and few acids, less than 1.8%. The variety is only occasionally affected by diseases and damaged by pests.

Gooseberry variety National Gooseberry variety Reliable Gooseberry variety Rainbow

Gooseberry variety is considered even newer. SpringIt was received in 2002 and zoned in Central (3) region. Harvest on medium-sized bushes of this variety ripens early. It is quite easy to collect berries, since thick shoots of the variety have spikes only in the lower part. The fully ripened berries have a yellow-green color with a slight pink tan on the south side and a round-oval shape.The fruit mass is not bad - a little more than 5.1 g, but you can’t name a record yield, on good soil it reaches 5.8 kg from a bush, which, however, is also not bad. There are a lot of sugars in the fruits - more than 7.0%, which gives the berries a pleasant taste, it is not for nothing that tasters rate it at 4.9 points. The variety, among other things, is winter-hardy and almost never gets sick.

Quite an old gooseberry variety, which, however, has not lost its demand, is Pink 2. He was included in the State Register in 1971 and zoned at once in several regions - Central (3) and East Siberian (11). Harvest on medium-sized bushes of this variety ripens in the medium term. The yield is not very large - about 4 kg per bush, but the advantages of this variety are that, due to the small number of thorns, the berries are easy to collect and they are very tasty due to the large amount of sugar. The mass of berries often reaches 9.8 g, they have a rounded oval shape and a pinkish-red color. The fruits of this variety are simply magnificent in various types of processing, and the plants themselves rarely get sick and are winter-hardy.

Russian, - gooseberry variety was included in the State Register in 1959, but it is still very popular. The variety is zoned in almost all regions, with the exception of the Ural (9). Harvest on vigorous bushes of this variety ripens in the medium term. From a bush you can collect up to ten kilograms of fruit on good soil, this is a record among gooseberry varieties. The berry mass is also quite good - up to 6.1 g. Each berry has an oval shape and a dark red color. The taste of ripe fruit is pretty good, tasters rated at 4.6 points. Of the positive qualities of the variety, good winter hardiness and resistance to powdery mildew can be noted.

Gooseberry variety Spring Gooseberry variety Pink 2 Gooseberry variety Russian

Salute, - this gooseberry variety appeared in the State Register in 1994, It is zoned in three regions - North-West (2), Central (3) and Volga-Vyatka (4). Harvest on medium-sized bushes of this variety ripens in the medium term. The maximum yield reaches seven kilograms per bush, with a berry mass of 6.7 grams. Taste quality of Salute fruit is very high, tasters rate taste at 4.9 points. The fruits themselves have a rounded oval shape and bright pink color. Of the undoubted merits of the variety, high winter hardiness and immunity to powdery mildew can be noted.

Gooseberry variety Northern captain, - quite new, it was included in the State Register in 2007, but zoned only in the Northwest (2) region. Harvest on vigorous bushes of this variety ripens in medium-late periods. It is quite convenient to collect it because of the almost simultaneous ripening of berries and rather rare thorns. Completely ripe berries have a rounded shape and are painted in dark red, almost black. The taste is quite pleasant, thanks to a large number of sugars (9.1%), estimated by tasters at 4.5 points. Productivity is not very high, only 1.7 kg per bush with a berry mass of 2.5 g. Among the advantages of the variety are winter hardiness and high resistance to pests and diseases.

Cultivar Northerner appeared on sale in 1991 and immediately gained popularity, especially in those regions where it is zoned - the Middle Volga (7) and West Siberian (10). Harvest on medium-sized bushes of this variety ripens late. It is difficult to pick berries, because thick and straight shoots are completely covered with thorns. The mass of berries in the gooseberry variety is quite large, reaches 8.1 grams, but you can’t name the outstanding yield, it rarely exceeds 3.8 kilograms. Ripe berries have a rounded oval shape, yellow-green color and fairly dense skin. Tasters rate the taste of the highest score. Of the advantages of the variety, a weak sprawling of the bush and high winter hardiness can be noted.

Gooseberry Variety Salute Gooseberry variety Northern captain Gooseberry variety Northerner

Gooseberry variety Senator was bred in 1995 and zoned in the Volga-Vyatka region (4), Ural (9), West Siberian (10) and Far Eastern (12). Harvest on vigorous plants of this variety ripens in the medium term. It is quite convenient to pick berries, because there are few thorns. The berry mass is not very high, about 3.4 g, which is why the yield cannot be called large, on average, no more than 2.6 kg can be collected from an adult bush. The shape of the fruit is oval, the color is scarlet red. In fruits, up to 6.8% of sugars and a lot of ascorbic acid. The taste of berries is considered dessert and is evaluated by tasters at 4.8 points. Resistance to frost and powdery mildew can be distinguished from the merits of the variety.

A fairly new gooseberry variety - SerenadeIt was received in 2004 and recommended for cultivation in the Central Black Earth region (5). Harvest on vigorous and slightly spreading plants of the variety ripens late. With a berry mass of 4.1 g per bush, you can collect up to four kilograms of fruit. The berries themselves have an elongated conical shape and a violet-red color, medium-density peel and a pleasant taste (4.6 points), which provides, among other things, a high sugar content - up to 10.2%. Of the advantages, it is worth noting, first of all, high winter hardiness and resistance to drought.

Gooseberry variety with an interesting name - Lefora's seedling was bred in 1959. This grade zoned in many regions - North (1), North-West (2), Volga-Vyatka (4), Ural (9) and even West Siberian (10). Now this variety is difficult to get, it is only among true fans of this culture. What is a good variety? It is characterized by high winter hardiness, resistance to powdery mildew and a fairly high yield (about five kilograms per bush) with an average berry mass of only 2.5 grams. By the way, the berries are quite tasty and are evaluated by tasters at 4.5 points. Fully ripened they are painted in a deep red color and have a very pleasant aroma.

Gooseberry variety Serenade Gooseberry Grade Senator Gooseberry variety Seedling Lefora

Sirius, - another interesting gooseberry variety obtained in 1994 and zoned in the Central Black Soil (5) region. Harvest from vigorous shrubs can be harvested in the medium term. The yield, by the way, is very good - up to 7.4 kg per bush with a fruit mass of 3.6 grams. Harvesting is a pleasure, because the shoots are devoid of thorns. The fully ripened berries have a rounded shape and a dark red color with a noticeable waxy coating. The taste of fruits is pleasant (4.1-4.3 points). Of the advantages of the variety, its high winter hardiness and powdery mildew resistance can be noted.

Plum, - the variety was obtained in 1986, but to this day is in great demand. It is zoned at once in three regions - Central Black Earth (5), Middle Volga (7) and Ural (9). The positive features of the variety are, of course, its record yield, which reaches almost insurmountable 12 kg per bush on nutrient soil, a rather high mass of fruits is about 6.6 g and their pleasant taste, which tasters rate at 4.6 points. What are the disadvantages? These are its thorns, they are powerful, can be double and even triple and occupy the entire surface of the shoots, therefore, it is very difficult to harvest. Gooseberry variety is bought for berries, so Plum can be safely planted in your own area. The berries are large, tasty, dark red, which from afar makes them black with a very delicate pulp and aroma, like a plum, hence the name. In addition, the variety is drought tolerant and immune to powdery mildew.

Pretty old gooseberry variety Changeentered in the State Register in 1959. This variety is unique in the first place because zoned in almost all, with the exception of only 6 and 11 regions, that is, the North Caucasus and East Siberian. Harvest on powdery mildew resistant shrubs is ready for harvest in mid-late periods. From one adult bush, you can collect up to six kilograms of fruit, given that the weight of one berry usually does not exceed 2.6 g. There are thorns, they are quite thin and easily pierce the skin, but for the sake of tasty, round shape and purple-red color of the berries can be patient. Of the undoubted positive qualities, it is worth noting, first of all, the lack of crumble of the crop, the absence of the need for regular pruning and treatment against powdery mildew.

Gooseberry variety Sirius Gooseberry variety Change Gooseberry Variety Plum

Snezhana, - this gooseberry variety is quite young, it was included in the State Register in 2009 and is only gaining momentum in popularity. Zoned variety in the third region - Central. Harvest on medium-sized, compact plants of the variety ripens late. It is quite easy to pick berries, because there are thorns only at the bottom of the shoots. Fruits at full ripeness acquire an oval-pear-shaped and yellow-green color. When consumed, acid is noticeable and a very dense skin is felt, so tasters evaluate the variety by only 4.3 points. The yield of the variety is about 4.7 kg per bush with a berry mass of 4.1 g. Of the advantages of the variety, the main one is resistance to pests and diseases.

Stanichny, - a variety that has already gained its fans, because it was included in the State Register in 1995 and zoned at once in two regions - Volga-Vyatka (4) and Ural (9). The fruits of this gooseberry variety ripen in the medium term, due to the presence of self-fertility and the large size of the bush, the yield from an adult plant can reach 3.6 kg, with a berry weight of only 2.7 g. By the way, the fruits, although not large, are very tasty , the tasting score is about 4.7 points, they are pink and have an oval shape. Each fruit contains up to 9.8% sugars and some acids. The variety is resistant to powdery mildew.

Interesting variety - Ural grape, it was included in the State Register in 1979 and now it is rather difficult to find seedlings of this variety. Zoned variety in the seventh region - Middle Volga. This is a table gooseberry variety that ripens in the early stages and is a fairly tall bush with a spreading crown and medium shoots, completely covered with thorns. The yield of the variety is low, only 1-1.5 kg per bush with a berry mass of 2.5 g. The fruits have a rounded shape, emerald green color and a rather thin skin. The taste of fruits is pleasant (4.3 points). The variety is winter-hardy, resistant to diseases and pests.

Gooseberry variety Ural grape Gooseberry variety Snezhana Gooseberry variety Stanichny

Newer Gooseberry Ural EmeraldHe was included in the State Register in 2000 (10 - West Siberian and 11 - East Siberian regions). The variety is distinguished by an early ripening period, medium growth and weak sprawl of the crown. Shoots are quite thick and completely covered with spikes. The yield is greater than that of the Ural grapes and is about 5.5 kg per bush due to the average weight of each berry reaching 4.4 g. The fruits of this variety are green, have interesting white streaks of pulp and a round-oval shape. Each berry contains up to 9.5% sugars and only 2% acid. Tasters very highly appreciate the taste of fruits - up to 4.9 points. Of the advantages, it is worth noting the high winter hardiness and resistance to a complex of pests and diseases.

An even newer variety is Ural pink, he was included in the State Register in 2004 and zoned in 10 region - West Siberian. The crop of this gooseberry variety ripens in the middle term, the plants are dwarf with almost no spreading crown, the shoots are completely covered with thorns. The yield from an adult plant is about 3.5 kg with a fruit weight of 3.9 g. The berries are very tasty, tasters give them the highest score, they have a round-oval shape and pinkish or dark red (berries ripening on the southern side of the bush) coloring. Each berry contains more than 5% sugars. The variety is quite winter-hardy and practically does not get sick.

Flamingo, - this variety was included in the State Register in 2009 and zoned in 10, West Siberian region. The crop of this gooseberry variety ripens in the medium term, the shoots of a vigorous and rather sprawling bush are thin, with thorns over the entire surface. The yield from an adult plant is about 6.3 kg, with an average berry weight of about 3.1 g. The fruits are egg-shaped, pink, and very tasty (4.6 points). Each berry contains more than 9.8% sugars and only 1.1% acids. The variety is winter-hardy, drought-resistant and resistant to pests and diseases.

Gooseberry variety Ural pink Gooseberry Flamingo Gooseberry variety Ural emerald

Gooseberry variety, the exact name of which few will repeat by heart - Hinnonmaen Punainenreceived in 1999 and zoned in the North and Northwest regions. Harvest on medium-sized and slightly spreading shrubs of this variety with medium-length shoots, fully covered with thorns, ripens in the late stages. About 3.5 kg of berries with an average weight of about 2.9 g, an oval shape and a dark red color can be collected from one bush. The taste of the fruit is pleasant (4.3 points), each containing up to 8.5% sugar and slightly less than 3% acid. The variety is almost not sick and is winter hardy.

Extremely old gooseberry variety Chelyabinsk greenHe was included in the State Register in 1959 and zoned in two regions - the Ural and West Siberian. The variety is characterized by a mid-early ripening period and high winter hardiness. In addition, the variety is resistant to powdery mildew and drought, as well as self-fertility. The yield from the bush at the standard level is about 3.5 kg, the weight of berries is about 2.9 grams. The berries have a round-oval shape, emerald green color and thin skin. The taste is regarded as very good (4.8 points).

Grade Black sea, well-known and widespread, despite the fact that it was received in 1994. Zoned Black Sea in the Central region, but, in fact, grows well almost everywhere. Ripening period is medium late. Gooseberry variety has high winter hardiness and resistance to various diseases. The yield of the variety is very high - more than 9 kg per bush with a berry mass of 3.1 g. The shape of the berries is round-oval, the color is dark red, and the berries growing on the southern side of the bush are almost black. The taste of berries is pretty good (4.4 points). Berries are ideal for processing.

Gooseberry variety Chelyabinsk green Gooseberry variety Chernomor

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