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The plants of Allegro are very robust. This selection is not very sensitive to Phytophthora cactorum, Verticillium and Mildew. On old strawberry fields it performs very good so far.
The flowers blossoming just below the leaves, which will give some frost protection. Strawberries present themselves outside the leaf which improves the picking performance.
Allegro is a new June-bearing variety with a harvest gradient equal to that of Clery. The fruits of Allegro are attractive shiny red. The strawberries are uniform and have a slightly long-conical shape.
The taste of Allegro is good, the fruits are juicy and have a good aroma. The brix is around 9, which predicts a good taste.
The test shows that the yield of Class 1 strawberries is 20-25% higher than Clery. The fruit size is slightly larger, especially the uniformity of beginning to end is very positive.
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