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Chestnut Verdale

A variety for cold regions: above 250-400 m altitude, intented mainly for industrial use.

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Clone examinedCA 577
OriginC. sativa
Recommended cultivation area
  • variety suitable for altitudes of 500-600 m on South-West slopes of massif Central.
  • Not known in Brittany or in South-East
 
 
 

TREE

VigourQuite strong
Bearing
Half erect
BuddingHalf late.
Stocks
Grafted onto ink-resistant stocks
Flowering period
Long-staminate Fertile pollen
Male flowers : 25 June -5 July
Female flowers : 5 July - 15 July
 
 

FRUIT

FormElliptical, short to long
ColourPale chestnut, shiny
SizeAverage
Maturity periodLate
dividing<5%
Natural preservationGood
Suitability for mechanical peelingGood
Behaviour when transformedGood in canning
 
 
 

PRODUCTION

FruitingQuite quick 2-3 years
ProductivityGood
 
 
 

PLANTING

SoilNeeds deep soil.
Densité10 m x 10 m
PollinatorMarsol (CA 07), or other long-staminated C. sativa
 
 
 
General assessment :
 
         A variety for cold regions: above 250-400 m altitude, intented mainly for industrial use.

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