Malwina

Malwina
Productivity:
4
Taste:
4
Earliness:
5
Disease resistance:
4
Shelf life:
3
Firmness:
4

Features
The
variety Malwina characterized by late ripening period with a very good taste. The plants are very robust and grow quickly with medium sized, dark green shiny leaves. The plant is very robust and little susceptible. Malwina is a breed which is tolerant to Verticillium and is also hardly susceptible to fruit rot.

Flower
Malwina mostly, depending on the production area, are planted between mid-April and June. The plant has a late flowering period, on average 23 days after Elsanta. This variety is the last ripe time. Under straw cover is the ripe time even up to 32 days after Elsanta.
This late flowering period requires extra attention to the strawberry blossom weevil and Trips.

Fruit
The fruits are large, solid (if picked on time) and both inside and outside bright red. The fruit flavor is good when the fruit is picked reda nd is excellent when they are picked ripe. Malwina is not sensitive to rain.

 

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