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Niche varieties; Varieties for farm shops; Varieties for organic orchards

Président Héron

Availability (unless sold in the meantime)
Season 2023/2024 Season 2024/2025
Trees Interstem Unavailable
Graftwood / Budwood

General information

Origin : seedling of Beurré d'Amanlis raised in Rouen in 1883. The variety was sold for the first time in 1894
Picking date : 1 week before Conference
Fruit size : average to good
Uses : interesting variety for organic orchards due to its low susceptibility

Tree description

Pollinator : Comice and its mutants, Concorde, Conference
Time till first cropping : consistent cropping /
Susceptibility to alternate bearing / thinning : consistent cropping
Susceptibility / resistance to diseases : low susceptibility to diseases
Susceptibility / resistance to diseases : consistent cropping

Fruit description

Fruit description : bronze skin, round shape
Flesh / taste : good eating quality, sweet but not much flavour
Storage potential : good potential, similar to Conference in normal cold store


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