Larian cherry

Larian cherry, is a harvest made by the research station Davis, located in California, USA Its origin is a cross made in 1964 between cherry varieties Lambert and UCD50 (Bing x Black Tartarian).

Larian cherry, Larian variety

Curiosities: Larian is an old cherry variety under cultivated or diffused in Spain .

Characteristics of the Larian cherry

Bloom: Larian cherry is auto-sterile and medium bloom (during the first week of April). It belongs to Group XVII (S4S6 ) of pollinators. It can be used as pollinator varieties Starking (Group I), Van (Group II) and Burlat (Group XVI).

Maturation: Larian cherry variety, mature 10 days after Burlat. Therefore, Larian is a variety cherry early .

Productivity: Larian is a cherry variety with very high productivity .

Vigor and bearing of the tree: Larian cherry tree has medium vigor and has a semi-erect bearing.

Agronomic characterization of Larian cherry

Size: The fruit is medium-thick, with a diameter of 27-28 mm .

Form: Larian cherries have a cordiform or heart shape.

Skin color: When ripe, Larian is a cherry garnet color . It is a colorful and attractive cherry commercially.

Pulp color: The Larian variety, has pulp with dark red color .

Taste: Larian cherries flavor are good .

Firmness: Larian variety has firm media .

Cracked resistance: Larian has good resistance to cracking, splitting or cracking.

Length of peduncle: Larian cherry has the peduncle of medium .

Do not release the peduncle .

Positive aspects: Precocious and productive. Good taste. Attractive color Little sensitive to the monilia. Well valued commercially.

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A significant part of the information, has been disclosed by Spanish research organizations. The behavior of cherry tree varieties may be different depending on the growing place.

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