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BLACKBERRY

Rubus fruticosus L.
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LOCH TAY

Loch Tay is a cultivar obtained in Scotland in 2002 by the
Scottish Crop Research Institute using Loch Ness as one of the
two parents
It is the most early ripening blackberry variety (about a week
before Loch Ness) and certainly the best in terms of
organoleptic characteristics of the fruit, even just picked. That
makes it the most suitable cultivar for fresh consumption.
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FRUIT SIZE

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RIPENING SEASON

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DETAILS & FEATURES

PLANT 
Semi-erect habitus, spine free stems, high yield potential
FRUIT
Conical, firm pulp, sweet and with a dark brilliant colour
APTITUDE
Fresh market, large retailers, processing

"Loch Tay's fruit is extremely similar to Lochness, even though is different in terms
of earlier fruiting period and superior flavour"

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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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