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BLACKBERRY

Rubus fruticosus L.
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CHESTER

The most hardy blackberry cultivar is certainly Chester
Thornless, obtained in 1985 at Southern Illinois University.
With a late ripening period, it allows to extend
the harvesting season. The plant has proven to be frost
resistant and it develops large diameter shoots. Its fruits are
medium-sized, very firm and compact, resistant to handling and
with an excellent shelf-life.
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FRUIT SIZE

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RIPENING SEASON

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DETAILS & FEATURES

PLANT 
Upright habitus, thorn free, very vigorous and resistant shoots
FRUIT
Round shape, with compact texture and dark colour, slightly acidic flavour
APTITUTE
Fresh market, large retailers

"Chester surely stands out for the plant vigour, frost resistance and easy
cultivation, even for the inexpert grower. On the other hand, it does not excel in the
fruit flavour."

Flex

Via delle Meie, 15
38042 Baselga di Pinè (TN) – Italy
Tel. +39 0461 557405 
P.IVA/C.F. 02220150227

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We are a family-run business with its headquarters and its roots on a plateau east of the Adige Valley, in Trentino. Berryplant’s thirty-year experience in the propagation of Rubus was born in the Alta Valsugana district, traditionally dedicated to the cultivation of soft fruits.
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