Soprano

Soprano
Productivity:
4
Taste:
5
Earliness:
2
Disease resistance:
4
Shelf life:
4
Firmness:
4
 

Soprano is an everbearing selection that produces attractive, tasty fruit. The Soprano strawberries are of a constant, elongated conical shape, bright red, firm and not very susceptible to bruising. When grown on table tops, Soprano is characterised by fairly constant harvesting, with yields that are larger than those of Sweet Eve. FD1604 has a very good flavour thanks to its constant, high Brix value and alluring strawberry aroma.

Soprano plants are rather large, with sturdy leaf stems and flower stalks and large leaves. The relatively long flower stalks form few flowers, resulting in a fairly constant fruit weight. Extra attention should be given to the detection and preventive control of Phytophthora cactorum and powdery mildew.

Soprano will produce the best fruit from heavy plants, so growers are advised to plant Soprano cuttings early in trays with a large volume, in which they will be able to form many stalks.

 
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