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Unlike raspberries with a traditional type of fruiting, remontant is more resistant to viruses and pests, is much more productive and differs in extended fruiting. However, this type of culture requires specific agricultural techniques, without the knowledge of which it is difficult to get a good harvest of fragrant berries, and the correct selection of the variety. Various varieties of remontant raspberries have been developed, suitable both for any region and for a specific area.

Repaired raspberry - for every taste and color

Our gardeners consider wave-bearing raspberries capable of producing crops in any climatic conditions as a win-win option. They love this berry for its large-fruited nature, unpretentiousness, abundant return until mid-autumn. However, experienced summer residents are not always inclined to expand the planting of "autumn" raspberries - remontants are valued for a decent harvest up to frost, but taste and aroma are often inferior to traditional varieties of this culture: there are grassy and slightly aromatic berries.

Berries of remontant raspberries are visually different from the usual ones - they are massive, of the same shape, often with dense skin, therefore they rarely fall apart and crumple

Repaired raspberry is a group of varieties distinguished by the ability to bear fruit on both biennial and annual shoots. In one summer, such cultivars are able to grow shoots, lay fruit buds, bloom and bear fruit. The crop is harvested several times per season ("wave-like") - in summer and autumn, in some varieties fruiting continues continuously from August until the first frost.

Shoots of remontants do not require shelter in winter - in most cases they are cut flush with the soil (1.5–2 cm above ground level remains). This raspberry is less affected by diseases and pests, responds well to feeding, but is more photophilous than the traditional one.

The varieties of remontant raspberries are conventionally divided into several categories:

  • by ripening time:
    • early;
    • mid-season;
    • late;
  • by fruit color:
    • red;
    • yellow-fruited;
    • orange;
  • by appointment:
    • for growing in personal plots;
    • for industrial cultivation.

It is practical to grow such raspberries in rows, leaving at least 1–1.5 m in the aisle, since it is convenient to fix the trellis (after all, many remontants are massive) and the harvest is not crowded. The distance between the seedlings is at least 0.5 m. From experience I can say: if the root base is mulched, there is less trouble with the invasion of wheatgrass (it draws juices from the soil) and moisture is well retained, especially in sandy soil. It is important to remove raspberry shoots in a timely manner, to make additional fertilizing - raspberries love organic matter. You can lay in layers (5-10 cm thick) rotted manure mixed with urea (50 g per bucket of humus) - I do this twice: at the end of March and at the time of flowering.

Video: the intricacies of growing remontant raspberries

What kind of remontant raspberries do experts recommend to plant in Central Russia and nearby regions?

In the Moscow Region, the Central Black Earth Region, the Volga Region, breeders offer to grow almost a dozen noteworthy remontants registered in the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation.

Elegant

Elegant - the brainchild of breeder Kazakov. Gardeners first heard of this raspberry in 2005. The mid-early variety forms powerful, highly leafy bushes (up to 1.8 m), thorns are found in the lower part of the shoots. The foliage of the Elegant is slightly curled inward at the edges, the branches are strong, rather stable, do not need support. The berries are round-oval, bright scarlet, with barely noticeable pubescence. They are appreciated for their pleasant, but mild raspberry smell and refreshing sourness (sugar - 5.2%) - they make aromatic jam.

Raspberry Elegant contains relatively little sugars, but due to its characteristic berry aroma, aromatic jam is obtained from it

The weight of the fruits is from 2 to 3.8 g, and the yield is in the range of 1.4–2 kg per bush. The elegant one quickly adapts to the peculiarities of the weather and grows in any climate. The variety is practically not susceptible to disease.

Video: Raspberry Elegant

Apricot

The yellow-fruited variety Apricot with slightly spreading short shoots (bush - 1.3 m) belongs to varieties with an average ripening period. The first harvest (about 1.5 kg per bush) is obtained in early August. Apricot leaves are weakly corrugated, there are almost no thorns on the shoots. The peculiarity of the variety is golden-orange blunt-conical berries with weak pubescence, which delight with a delicate aroma and melting pulp without sourness (sugar - 10.4%). The weight of the berries is from 3 g or more. The apricot ripens until the berries are beaten by frost, while the harvest does not crumble and does not shrink. Fragrant berries are eaten freshly harvested, they are also suitable for compote and will not lose their aroma in the freezer.

According to reviews, Apricot raspberries are quite whimsical and "pulling" a decent harvest out of it is within the power of those who are not the first time faced with remontant raspberries.

Indian summer

A squat, strongly branching berry bush (up to 1.4 m) gives up most of the harvest on first-year shoots. However, according to the reviews of practicing gardeners, this cultivar is able to please with the harvest on last year's branches. According to the State Register of Breeding Achievements of the Russian Federation, the yield is up to 2 kg per bush, although Indian Summer is considered the highest-yielding raspberry for universal use on the forums - up to 4–6 kg per plant. This is a mid-late variety - the first berries begin to ripen not earlier than mid-August. Leaves are slightly wrinkled, slightly twisted. The branches are covered with fleecy thorns, concentrated closer to the basal base. Berries of the Indian Summer variety are elongated-conical, bright pink, with slight pubescence, weighing from 2.1 to 3.4 g, sour, but pleasant in taste.

Elongated-conical, bright pink raspberries Indian Summer covered with a small fluff

This explains the versatility of the variety: the crop is used for conservation, freezing, fresh consumption. Raspberries Indian Summer is afraid of spider mites, sometimes it is affected by powdery mildew, but almost never suffers from gray rot.

Video: raspberry Indian summer

Merchant's wife

The early ripening Kupchikha grows up to 1.5–1.7 m and in one season is capable of producing from 3 to 4.6 kg of selected dark purple, slightly pubescent berries weighing 4–7 g. In some cases, specimens reach 10 g. The unique taste of trapezoidal dense pulpy berries that do not fall off when overripe, long-term fruiting from mid-July to the first frost are the main advantages of the Merchant. However, harvesting until the end of October is possible only if agricultural technology is observed - the variety is responsive to feeding and regular watering.

Raspberry Kupchikha perfectly adapts to the harsh climate of Siberia and to the dry summer of the southern regions

Golden domes

The mid-early variety Golden Domes is self-fertile, copes well with any diseases, and is rarely affected by pests. Weakly pubescent cone-shaped berries, similar in color to apricot (weight - 3.8-4.7 g), are the main advantage of the variety. Impeccable taste (sugar - up to 7%) and delicate aromatic pulp were awarded the highest assessments of experts. High keeping quality and decent return - from 3.5 to 6 kg per bush - this is another plus.

When comparing the berries of the Golden Dome variety with the fruits of ordinary raspberries, which bear fruit in July on last year's shoots, it is clearly seen that the Golden Dome variety gives larger fruits

The berries are dense, brighten when overripe and become pale yellow, but do not lose their taste. This raspberry is rarely tall (1.2–1.6 m). Its shoots are a little thorny and bent to the ground, the leaves curl.

Video: Raspberry Golden Domes

Unattainable

Large-fruited Inaccessible (R-34), bred by the breeder Kichina V.V. in 1988, - one of the earliest varieties of remontant raspberries, moderately resistant to common diseases of fruit and berry. The bush is low - up to 1.2–1.4 m, all covered with thornless thorns. The variety is frost-resistant and does not require regular feeding; it bears fruit well on sandy loam soils. Unattainable berries are weighing from 6 to 9 g. Productivity Unattainable - within 4–5 kg per bush. Intense ruby ​​color and pleasant honey-floral aroma - this is the highlight of the variety. Among the shortcomings, one can note poor transportability (the variety is not well suited for long-distance transportation).

Raspberry berries of the Unattainable variety - conical, almost without pubescence, with a thin skin and very juicy pulp - perfect for jam and jam

Hercules

Medium-sized Hercules (1.4-1.6 m, sometimes quite powerful - up to 1.8 m) - is appreciated for its high return - from 5 to 10 kg per bush in favorable weather and careful care. However, according to official sources, the average yield is 1.5–2 kg per plant. Cone-shaped pinkish-red berries without pubescence (weight - from 5 to 9 g), similar in shape to a thimble, ripen in mid-August and continue to appear until frost. The variety does not differ in the bright memorable taste of berries, but they are famous for their sugary sweetness (sugar - at least 9.8%).

raspberry berries Hercules - pinkish-red, practically without pubescence

These raspberries are often grown commercially. The cultivar is rarely affected by gray mold and raspberry mites. And also experts say that Hercules is not afraid of temperature fluctuations.

Video: raspberry Hercules

Remaining raspberry varieties suitable for most regions of our country

Universal varieties that have taken root in many regions of Russia, including Siberia, Transbaikalia and the Far East, have long been on everyone's lips. To choose "your" variety, you need to know the characteristics of each of them.

Orange miracle

On a tall bush (1.5–2 m) of a cultivar with golden berries, strong shoots are formed with weak thorniness in the lower part. The unusual shape of the leaves - rounded with weak ribs - is a feature of the variety, as are the bright orange, sometimes yellowish conical berries of medium size (weight - 5-6 g, sometimes up to 8 g), slightly coated. The pleasant sour taste of Orange Miracle (only 3.6% sugar) and persistent aroma, as well as the absence of a bright red coloring pigment, make berries indispensable in fresh desserts for allergy sufferers and children. Jam, compotes, baked goods made from this raspberry will conquer any gourmet. The variety is drought-resistant, the pale-skinned berry is also of little interest to harmful insects.

The official yield of the mid-season variety Orange Miracle is 1.5-2 kg per plant, but, according to reviews, you can get up to 8 kg per bush

Bryansk miracle

In confirmation of its name, Bryansk Marvel is a record variety for large-fruited (berry weight - 6 g, some reach 10 g) and yield. Not less than 3.5 kg per bush is the standard of this raspberry, but sometimes the yield of one plant exceeds 10-12 kg, depending on how many shoots are formed. Divo is often grown for sale and for fresh consumption. Cultivar is distinguished among others for its strong immunity, frost resistance and long-term fruiting.

Raspberry Bryansk Divo has a lot of features similar to the previous variety Orange Miracle - both are famous for their excellent yield and taste characteristics.

The bush is powerful (1.8–2 m), covered with thorns from below. The leaves have a classic shape characteristic of this culture. Berries are blunt-conical, with a delicate aroma, with light pink to red skin. The harvest is intended for all types of processing and preparation of fresh desserts.

Ruby necklace

Ruby-purple, cylindrical, sour-sweet, with a refreshing aroma, berries of the Ruby necklace look quite attractive: everything is as if on selection - smooth, chiseled, weighing 6–8.2 g.

Ruby purple raspberries of the Ruby necklace variety can weigh up to 8 g

The mid-season variety is ideal for commercial distillation, the harvest is suitable for conservation, fresh consumption. The bush is medium-sized (1.5–1.7 m), the shoots are slightly drooping (a garter is required), covered with thorns at the bottom, the leaf is medium-sized, slightly corrugated. Productivity - 2.8 kg per plant. Features of the Ruby necklace are large-fruited, resistance to pests and diseases, delicate taste of pulp (therefore, it is better to pluck with a stalk for transportation). The minus of the variety is loose sour pulp (sugar - 5%), not suitable for freezing and drying.

Golden autumn

Weighty (6–8 g each), orange with a blush at the stage of maturity (lemon yellow - unripe), elongated berries of the Golden Autumn variety ripen in the 2nd decade of August. Recoil from a bush - up to 2-4 kg.

Unripe raspberries Golden Autumn have a lemon-yellow color, and by the time of ripeness they acquire an orange color

The variety is referred to as universal - sour taste, light raspberry aroma, dense pulp - judging by the description, the crop is suitable for making jam, jam, baking, and berries can also be dried and frozen for future use. Gardeners love this variety very much - it is plentiful, bears fruit until frost. Thin shoots reach a height of no more than 1.5 m, completely covered with soft thorns, leaves are light green, slightly wrinkled. Many people note the weak winter hardiness of the variety and the reverent attitude to the moisture of the soil - on the sand, with insufficient watering, the harvest of the Golden Autumn becomes scarce.

Video: raspberry Golden autumn

Atlant

The medium-ripening large-fruited raspberry Atlant with deep red trapezoidal berries with gloss on the skin is a newcomer to berry plantations. The variety appeared in 2015 and immediately showed itself as abundant (from 2.5 to 7 kg per bush), undemanding to watering and soil fertility, long-term fruitful cultivar. The plant fully justifies its proud name: mighty (up to 2 m) bushes with erect stems, slightly pubescent with thorns from below, are simply strewn with berries during the ripening season, and you cannot do without a trellis when forcing. Atlas is moderately susceptible to chlorosis and gray rot, and is not afraid of heat.

Atlanta berries are from 4.8 to 8.5 g, their pulp is fragrant, quite dense, and the harvested crop can be stored and transported, used for harvesting or eaten fresh - the variety is universal

Video: varieties of remontant raspberries Atlant, Hercules, Diamond

Penguin

This variety is considered the "strongest" in terms of yield, a low-growing remontant (1–1.4 m), while the berries can be picked from the end of July until the first frost. The plant is stocky, of the standard type, with a large number of thorns on the shoots. Wide-conical purple-red berries of the Penguin variety gain weight about 4-6 g and contain only 3% sugar. Moderately sweet, with a weak aroma, fruits attract gardeners not by their taste, but by their quantity and early maturity.

Wide-conical purple-red berries of the Penguin raspberry variety contain only 3% sugar

According to gardeners, the bushes are strewn with berries from top to bottom - and this continues all summer. The return of the Penguin on average ranges from 1.5 to 3 kg per bush. Cultivar easily tolerates drought and heat, rarely gets sick.

Video: raspberry varieties Penguin and Diamond

Table: other varieties of remontant raspberries suitable for growing in any region of Russia

Variety nameDescription of berriesCharacteristics of the varietyProductivity, kg per bush
Gift to KashinShirokokonicheskie, bright red, with a dark coating, sweet and sour taste, weight - 5 g
  • Average ripening period;
  • high bush - 1.7 m;
  • partially covered with thorns;
  • heat-tolerant
1,7–2,5
FirebirdLight red, conical, fragrant, with sourness, weight - 4-6 g
  • Late ripening;
  • high bush - 1.9 m;
  • spiny shoots;
  • not afraid of drought
1,3–3,2
NizhegorodetsBroad-conical, dark red, sweet-sour, weight - 6 g
  • Early ripening;
  • medium-sized bush - 1.5 m;
  • thorns are concentrated in the lower part of the bush;
  • resistant to anthracnose and gray mold
1,8–3
EurasiaConical, dark crimson with a matte finish, weight - 3-4.6 g
  • Average ripening period;
  • standard type, height 1.4 m;
  • strong spike at the base of the shoots;
  • heat resistance medium
2–4
AugustineBlunt-conical, crimson, with slight pubescence, weight - 3.2 g
  • Mid-season;
  • low bush - up to 1.6 m;
  • weak spike throughout the stem;
  • rarely affected by diseases and pests
1,1–2,8
Bryansk jubileeElongated, bright red, with a pleasant aroma, sweet, dense, weight - 4 g
  • Early maturing;
  • medium-sized - height 1.4 m;
  • weak spike;
  • rarely suffers from viral diseases of raspberries
1,2–2,8
Indian Summer 2Sweet and sour, blunt-conical, weight - 4-5 g
  • Average ripening period;
  • low bush - 1.4 m;
  • moderate resistance to raspberry mites
2,5

Photo gallery: remontant raspberry varieties suitable for growing in any climate

Repaired raspberries for southern latitudes

Wild raspberries love shady pine or pine-deciduous forests with moist soil, they are not afraid of cold and damp spring, as well as cool summer. The cultivars bred by breeders are also more likely to endure frost than drought. Therefore, the early and hot summer of the southern regions of Russia requires varieties that are especially resistant to heat and insufficient watering. In addition, winters with little snow with strong winds, characteristic of the south of our country, can destroy raspberries. When growing in these regions, it is very important to choose the variety carefully. It is recommended to grow the following: Paradise Delight, Mulatto, Yellow Giant, Diamond, Monomakh Hat.

Table: Remontant raspberry varieties that thrive in hot climates

Variety nameDescription of berriesCharacteristics of the varietyProductivity, kg per bush
Paradisaic delightLarge, elongated, sweet and sour, weight - 4-8 g
  • Medium late;
  • high bushes - 1.9 m;
  • resistant to fungal diseases
4–8
MulattoRound oval, dark cherry, aromatic, sweet, weight - 3.7 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - 1.7 m;
  • long-term fruiting;
  • does not crumble;
  • heat resistant
2–4,5
Yellow giantBlunt-conical, yellow, with sourness, weight - 5-8 g
  • Mid-season;
  • high bush - 2.2 m;
  • winter hardy;
  • transportability is low
5
BrilliantConical, ruby, dense, fragrant, weight - 4-7 g
  • Average ripening period;
  • low bush - 1.4 m;
  • high transportability;
  • berries are well stored
3–6
Monomakh's hatConical, dense, bright red, weight - 3-6 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - 1.5 m;
  • susceptible to disease
5

Photo gallery: varieties of remontant raspberries for the southern regions

Video: raspberry Cap of Monomakh

Achievements of modern breeding - new varieties of remontant raspberries

New products, approved by experienced gardeners, are famous for their strong immunity, their cultivation is more efficient, since under equal conditions the yield is higher than that of the remontants that appeared at the beginning of this century.

Table: the latest varieties of remontant raspberries

Variety nameDescription of berriesCharacteristics of the varietyProductivity, kg per bush
SamokhvalTrapezoidal, red, pubescent, firm, sweet, weight - from 5 to 14 g
  • Early maturing;
  • bush height - 1.6 m;
  • well kept
Up to 12
The Little Humpbacked HorseElongated, pinkish-red, dense, weight - 6-8 g
  • Early maturing;
  • bush height - 1.2 m;
  • resistant to temperature changes
7
PraiseElongated, cylindrical, dark red with shine, weight - up to 12 g
  • Mid-early;
  • bush height - 1.3–1.5 m;
  • resistant to anthracnose;
  • tolerates transportation well
6–10
CaramelBright pink, truncated-conical, aromatic, sweet, weight - 5-6 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - 1.5 m;
  • hardy
4–9
Raspberry RidgeElongated, firm pulp, juicy, sweet, weight - 7-10 g
  • Medium late;
  • bush height - 1.6 m;
  • resistant to pests and diseases;
  • well transported
6
Brusvyana, or Yaroslavna (Ukraine)Conical, dark raspberry, aromatic, sweet and sour, weight - 6-10 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - up to 2 m;
  • long-term fruiting;
  • low transportability
4–5

Video: new varieties of large-fruited remontant raspberries (Little Humpbacked Horse and others)

Foreign varieties of remontant raspberries

Today, on the agricultural market, Russian gardeners can find not only the developments of domestic breeders. European cultivars have also won popular love - they adapt to the climate of our regions just as well and are famous for their good return - these are raspberry varieties Polesie, Morning Dew, Polana and others.

Table: remontant raspberry of European selection

Variety name (country of origin)Description of berriesCharacteristics of the varietyProductivity, kg per bush
Polesie (Poland)Round conical, dark red, sweet and sour, weight - 5-8 g
  • Early;
  • bush height - 1.5 m;
  • susceptible to death of shoots and rot of fruits
4–6
Autumn Bliss (England)Round, purple-red, matte, weight - 4-6 g
  • Medium late;
  • high bush - up to 2 m, densely covered with thorns;
  • slightly susceptible to fungal diseases
5
Morning dew (Poland)Round, golden yellow, fragrant, weight - 5 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - 1.4 m;
  • weakly resistant to disease;
  • tolerates transportation well;
  • industrial
6–9
Polka (Poland)Blunt-conical, red, weight - 5-7 g
  • Early maturing;
  • bush height - 1.5 m;
  • cold-resistant;
  • industrial
9–11
Temptation (Poland)Elongated, scarlet, sweet, weight - 6 g
  • Mid-season;
  • medium-sized bush - 1.6-1.8 m;
  • resistant to viral diseases;
  • susceptible to berry rot
6
Polana (Poland)Large, conical, light red, with a dessert flavor, weight - 5-8 g
  • Mid late
  • low bush - up to 1.5 m;
  • susceptible to berry rotting;
  • industrial cultivar
from 8 to 12
Himbo Top (Switzerland)Large, round-oval, with sourness, weight - 6-8 g
  • Mid-season;
  • bush height - 1.4 m;
  • drought tolerant
3

Photo gallery: remontant raspberry of foreign selection

Repaired raspberries are large-fruited and have enviable yield indicators, if the gardener does not neglect regular fertilizing and does not skimp on watering and loosening. Even inexperienced summer residents can boast of good results when growing remontant raspberries. When the variety is selected according to the climatic characteristics, the soil on the site is suitable and the owner does not deprive the berry plantation of attention - growing raspberries will not be a burden, but a joy.


Repaired raspberries go through all growth phases within one year, from the emergence of young growth to fruiting. Non-remontant varieties yield crops on last year's shoots.

Repaired varieties are capable of bearing fruit on two-year-old stems. But to get a larger yield, it is recommended to grow remontant raspberries as an annual plant, mowing all shoots (or cutting off) in the fall, at the end of the growing season.

Important! Cut the stems flush with the soil, leaving no stumps.

Pests hibernating under the bark are removed along with the branches. Treatment with pesticides is not required.

Bushes of common raspberries, left for the winter, risk freezing or drying out, which does not threaten remontant raspberries, provided that all shoots are removed from the garden before the onset of frost.

The period of obtaining a harvest of remontant raspberries is quite long, stretching to the very frost, which motivates gardeners to cultivate this tasty berry in their own area.

Repaired varieties are demanding to care for, as they go through the entire development cycle in one year. Such plants need to be watered daily, fed regularly.

Repaired raspberries give few shoots for breeding, and some species have no shoots at all. This feature makes it easier to care for the plant, but makes it difficult to reproduce.


How to choose the right varieties of raspberry bushes for the Moscow region

Raspberries are a low maintenance crop that can grow on any soil. However, a good harvest of these sweet berries can be obtained if the planting material is chosen correctly.

Winter-hardy varieties are suitable for growing in the Moscow region. Early, late, midsummer varieties of raspberries can be planted in this region. The moderate continental climate of the Moscow region is suitable for growing large-fruited, ordinary, yellow, red, black, standard and remontant crops. Specially bred for this area, varieties adapt perfectly to garden plots and give a good harvest.


The best remontant varieties of raspberries

Hercules

It is a particularly popular plant with large fruits - up to ten grams by weight. Hercules berries have a ruby ​​color and are resistant to weevils. They calmly endure transportation. The fruit tastes slightly sour. This raspberry is eaten in any form. It is used to make compotes, jams and preserves. Fresh, not everyone likes it because of its sourness. However, in this case, much depends on climatic conditions and soil composition. The best region for Hercules is the middle zone of the Russian Federation. The variety also grows well in the south.

Dignity

  • good transport tolerance over long distances
  • large fruits of marketable appearance
  • resistance to pest infestation.

Disadvantages

  • difficulty in harvesting due to the large number of thorns
  • not suitable for northern regions of the country
  • acid in taste.

Polka

This raspberry variety is a highly growing shrub that is rarely affected by disease. Its berries are quite large and have a dark red hue. Raspberries bear fruit from the middle of the third summer month. Competent feeding will allow you to harvest twice a season. The variety is perfect for compotes and jam. Even after freezing, the berries look great. It is important to cut off the branches of the shrub after harvest, otherwise the fruits will be smaller next year. Despite the need for proper care, Polka deserves to be in the ranking of the best on a par with other varieties.

Dignity

  • perfect berry appearance
  • good yield
  • high rate of resistance to diseases and pests
  • lack of large thorns
  • good transportability.

Disadvantages

  • does not tolerate frost and temperature rise (above 35)
  • development of root diseases is possible.

Unattainable

This is an early maturing crop that many gardeners prefer to grow. It is distinguished by its exquisite taste and wonderful aroma of berries. Fruiting until October. Raspberry has a rich ruby ​​hue. The taste of the fruit may vary depending on weather conditions. This plant needs constant feeding. It takes root best on loamy soils that have neutral acidity.

Dignity

Disadvantages

  • drying of berries due to heat and poor quality care
  • low transportability
  • the risk of chlorosis.

Bryansk jubilee

This raspberry variety is characterized by early fruiting. The berries are visible at the end of July, the whole harvest ripens before cold snaps. Up to two kilograms are harvested from one bush, in rare cases up to five. More than half the height of the shoots bear fruit. Shrubs branch well and grow straight. Bryansk jubilee berries are red, weighing up to 6 grams. They have a beautiful elongated shape and sweet and sour taste. Raspberries of this variety are used to prepare compotes, jams, and pies.

Dignity

  • high yield
  • early maturation
  • original appearance
  • good taste.

Disadvantages

Kalashnik

The Kalashnik raspberry variety is considered a raspberry by both amateurs and professionals. It deserves to be ranked among the best species already because it has been grown for several decades and is considered proven. It is appreciated for its dessert taste, juiciness, decent productivity and large fruits. The berries are well separated from the fruit. They are quite transportable, provided there is sufficient feeding. The plant has excellent resistance to gray mold, otherwise it is at the level of standard species. Kalashnik is recommended for growing in regions with mild, long autumn. Begins to bear fruit in early August.

Dignity

  • high yield
  • unpretentiousness
  • gray mold immunity
  • pleasant taste and good quality
  • good survival rate of seedlings
  • resistance to dry weather.

Disadvantages

Orange miracle

Bryansk breeders have developed the Orange Miracle raspberry variety, which justifies its name by its appearance. The velvety berries of the shrub are rather large (up to 8 grams). They bark orange, turn pinkish under the sun, and turn yellow during rain. The fruits are firmly held on their stalks and rarely fall to the ground, even if they are overripe. Their taste depends on the climate of the region. The more sun the crop receives, the sweeter the raspberries will be. Fruit ripening begins at the end of July and lasts until the first frosty days. Up to three kilograms of good berries are obtained from one bush. They do not lose their taste for up to 14 days if stored in the refrigerator. They are canned, frozen and dried.

Dignity

  • high yield rates
  • good keeping quality and transportability
  • frost resistance (up to minus 25 degrees)
  • long life cycle
  • hypoallergenic grade
  • high culinary properties.

Disadvantages

  • very sharp thorns
  • lack of immunity to gray mold
  • poor drought tolerance.

Firebird

The popular raspberry variety called the Firebird did not pass the rating of the best. The shrub takes up little space due to its compactness. He feels great in the middle lane, which is why gardeners of Central Russia love him so much. The branches have soft and thin thorns. The berries have a glossy surface, bright scarlet color and juicy pulp. They are eaten both fresh and after defrosting and processing. They ripen at the end of the summer season.

Dignity

  • disease resistance
  • bears fruit 2 times a season
  • good transportability.

Disadvantages


Repaired raspberry varieties for the south of Russia

Our country is a leader in the cultivation of raspberries, this berry, like no other, is adapted to the climatic conditions of Russia. In the forest zone, it has long existed to this day as a wild-growing berry with a wonderful aroma and healing properties.

On its basis, breeders have developed a huge number of varieties, among which remontant varieties of raspberries for the south of Russia occupy a worthy place.


The most productive

Remontant raspberries, the best varieties of which for different regions of the country were described above, do not always give a high yield. And this is despite the fact that all these varieties are considered to be high-yielding to one degree or another. However, there are some plants that are considered real champions in this matter. The following varieties are among the most productive today.

Brusvyan

Brusvyana is considered an early maturing variety. It is a tree-like shrub that, thanks to its strong shoots, does not need props or a garter. And this despite the fact that it can reach a height of 2 meters. Among gardeners, Brusvyana is appreciated for its excellent taste. One bush is characterized by an average productivity of 8 kg.

Yaroslavna

A variety of yellow remontant raspberries. By its taste and technical characteristics it is very similar to Brusvyan. It differs from it in more compact dimensions. Their productivity is practically at the same level, provided, of course, that the bushes are properly and timely taken care of.

Polka

The plant forms a medium-sized bush, which is characterized by the formation of a large number of lateral stems. A long period of fruiting has been described. The advantage of growing Polka is the almost complete absence of thorns on its shoots.

The berries of this variety have a very attractive appearance and sweetish, but not sugary taste. In this regard, it is considered the standard by its taste characteristics.

Polka cannot be called the most productive with its 3.5 kg from one bush. However, it is especially popular among gardeners due to its excellent transportable properties. Therefore, according to this characteristic, it is also considered a reference.

Penguin

This is a small upright shrub of the standard type. It reaches a height of only 1.3 meters. Moreover, it is considered to be over-yielding. With proper and timely care, up to 15 kg of berries can be removed from the bush. The first crop begins to ripen at the end of May, and the second at the beginning of August.

Penguin fruits are pink in color. The berries weigh about 7 g. Their taste is sweet and sour. Small bones are present in the pulp. The advantage of growing this variety is the absence of the need to tie up shoots, which is mandatory for other species.

Shugana

The Shugana repair raspberry was developed in Switzerland. Its average yield is about 9 kg. Large berries are formed on raspberry bushes, which have good taste characteristics.

Apricot

This is one of the more exotic varieties. The plant forms small bushes. However, they are characterized by high fertility. The average weight of one berry is about 3.5-4.2 g. Small fruits almost completely stick to the shoots. They are colored yellow and have a pinkish tint. Sometimes the berries have a pronounced amber color. The shape of the fruits is blunt-conical, and their taste is reminiscent of apricots. Hence the name of the variety. The harvest here can be harvested right up to mid-October.

Yellow giant

The yellow giant is considered a real record holder among remontant varieties in terms of yield. Very large berries are formed on the bushes. Their average weight is about 12 g. Moreover, they have excellent taste characteristics. With proper care, as well as observing the necessary agrotechnical techniques, 12-15 kg of berries can be removed from one bush.

As you can see, the Yellow Giant is rightfully recognized as one of the best and most productive varieties that remontant raspberries have.

Any gardener dreams of getting the maximum yield from his site. Repairing varieties when growing raspberries will be many times more profitable than ordinary ones. Among them there are many profitable varieties, but the Yellow Giant is considered the best. Not a single ordinary, and far from every remontant variety can boast of the same yield that is characteristic of the Yellow Giant.

When choosing remontant varieties, you need to remember that they differ not only in terms of care requirements and characteristics, but also in growing conditions. After all, not every fruitful species will be able to grow and bear fruit in your garden.


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