AUTUMN RASPBERRY VARIETIES

Enrosadira®

The best consumption raspberry in the world!

Enrosadira is a remontant, dicotyledonous variety of raspberry, with very large, tasty and firm fruits with an average weight of 7 g, compact conical shape, intensive and persistent bright red color and a very long shelf life in the fresh state.

Enrosadira is the best variety for production and sale in fresh state, packaged in containers of 125 g.

Enrosadira arrives for harvest at the end of July and is harvested until late autumn, and can be harvested twice, i.e. in spring and autumn. Planting in coconut substrate in greenhouses is recommended, which will extend the harvesting season from early spring to late autumn and thus ensure high yields and excellent fruit quality.

It is harvested 20-30% faster than other varieties as the fruits are very accessible for harvesting because the shoots are shorter compared to other varieties.

Harvesting season for Enrosadira in lower areas starts around July 15, and in higher areas around July 25. Harvesting of fruits lasts longer than other varieties, until late autumn, that is, until the first frosts.

Enrosadira has very large fruits with an average weight of 7 g, compact shape, bright light red color and excellent storage properties both fresh and frozen. The taste of the fruit is extremely pleasant and sweet and thus suitable for sale fresh.

Enrosadira is a raspberry variety in demand all over the world for fresh consumption in small packages (125 and 250 g). Fruits can be fresh for up to 12 days at the temperature of +2 to +4°C, and can they tolerate transport to distant markets very well. Fruits of his variety are very easy for picking and even 20-30% faster than other varieties, because the fruits are thrown out of the mass of leaves, that is, they are very accessible for picking. In the spring the tops need to be cut shorten and the lower part of the tree is harvested from the end of May and the beginning of June in the next 30-40 days.

Enrosadira is a lush raspberry variety with raised shoots that are easy to manipulate. Planting is done in autumn or spring at a distance of 0.3 x 2 m (15,000 pcs/ha). If planted in greenhouses, the distance between the rows can be smaller, or up to 1.6 m. In the open field, they are planted 2 to 3 m apart, depending on the machinery used.

It is best to use certified FRIGO or green container seedlings that are planted during autumn or spring on well-prepared soil, at a depth of 10-15 cm.

After the selection of the plot, the soil is first properly sampled in several places at a depth of 0-30 cm and analyzed and based on that analysys detailed recommendations for soil preparation are given. The best soil for this variety is slightly acidic (pH 5.5-6.5), loose, humus soil, rich in nutrients.

It is best to use coconut substrate made for raspberry production in 10-liter pots or 30-liter bags. For this production an irrigation recipe is created for each producer separately and individually.

The basic requirement is to have the water analyzed to determine whether it meets the requirements for irrigation.

As a mandatory agrotechnical measure, it is necessary to provide irrigation with a “drop by drop” system, which is also used for fertilizing with water-soluble fertilizers, and in case of severe droughts, it is recommended to provide a system of sprinklers (watering sprinklers), which are used exclusively at night when the plants cool down. Application of the irrigation system is necessary, because it is a variety that bears fruit abundantly.

A shade of at least 30% is recommended for Enrosadira in order to reduce solar radiation, reduce the temperature by 5-6°C and avoid fruit burns that can occur during the summer, increase air circulation, protect against possible hail and provide workers with easier and more efficient work throughout the sunny days, thereby increasing work performance. With the net, yields increase by up to 30%, and the quality of the fruit is incomparably better.

Planting varietal pure (certified) and healthy planting material, and the application of all agrotechnical measures in an average year, in a full crop, can ensure a yield of 15 – 20 t/ha. In intensive production in autumn and spring, yields of over 30 t/ha are achieved.

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