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‘Dorottya’ bare-root type cultivar

‘Dorottya’ syn. F. 6179/30

The shrubs have a strong vigour, an upright growth habit and medium thick leaders. The simple lobed leaves are medium-large, thick and dark green, the middle lobe is pointy, and usually two other matured side-lobes as well. The internodes are medium-long and are not twisted. Mid-late blooming.

Late ripening, ripens 1-3 days before ‘Titania’. Self-compatible, good productivity, even when sole planted, however when planted together with pollinating cultivars, the fruits set is better and the berry size is larger. The strigs are long (the average is 62 mm), the basically identical sized berries (the average is: 0.92 g) are arranged loosely on it. The berries are regular round shaped (average diameter: 10.9 mm), shiny black, firm, they cohere when not fully ripened.

High productivity cultivar, three year’s average yield is 2.83 kg/shrub. A ribiszke drepanopezizás levélfoltosságára érzékeny. Because the shrub has an appropriate size and shape, and the berries are easy-to pick, this cultivar is apt for mechanical harvesting.

The fruit is good for fresh consumption, freezing and canning. Good for both house gardening and for industrial cultivation.

National Food Chain Safety Office (NFCSO) classification: permitted to for breeding during a specified time period.

‘Titania’ x ‘Triton’. Fertőd Research Station, Sarród, 1995. Certified in: 2015.

‘Dyana’ bare-root type cultivar


Mid-early ripening cultivar. The bush is moderately vigourous, with a loose structure. The main branches are strong nonetheless flexible.  Tolerates machine harvesting well. The strigs are long, the berrie are big. Productive cultivar.  Good crop safety, late frosts cause no damage to it. Relatively good self-compatibility, though planting together with good pollinator cultivars (‘Dorottya’, ‘Titania’) improve the fruit set and enlarge the berries.

Proven quality in both house gardening and industrial cultivation.

F. 14 x ‘Triton’. Aladár Porpáczy and colleagues bred it during the currant breeding project at the Fertőd Research Station. Received a national prize in 2004.

‘Fertődi 1’ bare-root type cultivar

‘Fertődi 1’

The shrub has a spherical shape, not prone to densing, has strong twigs that slightly bend under the heavy fruit load.

Early ripening. Good productivity. Consistent and reliable íields, because of its high level of self-compatibility. Can be harvested by hand or by machine. The near identical sized, big, shiny, black berries are loosely arranged on the long strigs.

Selected from an open pollinated population of Aström blackberry. Breeders: József Zatykó and Aladár Porpáczy, Fertőd Research Station. Certified in: 1976. Certified in the Hungarian National Catalogue of Varieties.

‘Fertődi hosszúfürtű’ bare-root type cultivar

‘Fertődi hosszúfürtű’

The shrub has an upright growth habit, with strong twigs and the main branches are not prone to densing. The leaves are medium large.

Mid-late ripening cultivar. Self-compatible, they can be planted alone. Produces constant, high yields. The berries are medium large. Crop safety is good. The breaking load of the fully ripened ‘Fertődi hosszúfürtű’ is less than other cultivar’s.

Good for canning. It has a lower market value than Jonkheer van Tets, due to the smaller berries.

‘Fay's Prolific’ x ‘Vierlanden’. Fertőd Research Station. Registered by: József Zatykó, Dr. Elek Tóth and Dr. Aladár Porpáczy. Certified in: 1976. Certified in the Hungarian National Catalogue of Varieties.

‘Jonkheer van Tets’ bare-root type cultivar

‘Jonkheer van Tets’

The bush has strong vigour, an upright growth habit and the main branches are arranged moderately dense that grow many basal shoots. The canes bare spurs evenly.

Early ripening cultivar. Has an excellent productivity. The pollination is uneven because of the early blooming, nevertheless it produces a consistent, high yield. Despite of its pollination characteristics the yields are outstanding and high in every year.

The large, medium red, round berries are arranged loosely on the cluster. The seeds are tiny. Due to its long strigs, it can be picked by hand easily. The berry is a good desert fruit with a pleasant flavour.

Hollandia, 1931. Fay's Fruchtbare x Gondiun. Registered by: Dr. Aladár Porpáczy and József Zatykó. Certified in: 1971. Certified in the Hungarian National Catalogue of Varieties.

‘Otelo’ bare-root type cultivar


The shrub has a medium-strong vigour and upright growth habit. The twigs are medium thick.  The arrangement of the main branches is loose, can be renewed well.

Late ripening. The berries are shiny and black. The average number of berries per cluster is 8.2.

Has a strong blackcurrant flavour, the pulp is yellow-green, the berry is firm.

Very good for machine harvesting becaouse of the erect shape of the shrub. Susceptible to powdery mildew, requires regular plant protection.

‘Boskoop Giant’ x ‘Silvergieter’. Slovakia, Research Institute of Fruit and Ornamental Crops at Bojnice, 1961. Cultivar temporarly permitted for breeding. Cultivar permitted for test cultivation.

‘Rikő’ bare-root type cultivar


Robust, vigorous, sturdy and upright growing cultivar. The internodes of the twigs are shorter than that of the parent blackurrant’s, thus the fruit bearing buds per twig unit is higher. The shape of leaves are an intermedier beetwen the parents, their size is closer to the gooseberry. Not as fragrant as the blackberry. The flowers are bigger than either of the parent’s.

Ripens in earls July. The brownish black, later dark blue coloured fruits are shiny. There are 2-5 berries on one cluster.

Moderately susceptible to powdery mildew, very susceptible to white pine blister rust.

The produced yields are higher than both parent’s. The 4-year average yield per shrub was 3.4 kg.

Altoguh the food-processing industry is not very familiar with it yet, it has become a desired fruit in house gardens.

R. nigrum L. var. Silvergieter F. 59 x R. uva-crispa L. var. Lady Dalmare 4n. Breedes: Dr. Aladár Porpáczy and colleagues, Fertőd. Certified in the Hungarian National Catalogue of Varieties. Cerified in 1994.