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NIKITSKIY RANNIY

Punica granatum cultivar(under evaluation)

Syn.

"Early Nikitskiy, DPUN 067"

Origin

Russia, introduced by Dr. Gregory Levin at Garrygala Agricultural Research Station in Turksmenistan.

Type

Sweet-sour, semi-hard seeded

Description

Large fruit with green background skin and a carmine-pink blush. The arils are dark purple in colour and has a sweet-sour taste. Very juicy.

Ripens

March-April

Uses

*Can be used for juicing or fresh eating.

*Also good in cold storage.

Notes

Height and spread: +3m x+3m

*A hybrid selected from seedlings at the Nikitskiy State Botanical Orchard.

*Tolerates moderate to heavy frosts.

*A heavy bearer.

*Fruit is resistant to cracking and spoiling.

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