Super early Bolgar white dessert grape

Vine variety “Super early Bulgarians” is obtained by crossing the Italy x Yanter in 1961 in ILV- Pleven by  K. Stoev, J. Ivanov, H. Zankov and B. Valtchev.

Agrobiological characteristic – belongs to a group of the earliest varieties (grape ripens in early VIII). The bunch is medium to large, conical, semi-compact, conical or winged with one wing. The grain is large to very large, elongated covered with a thin, tough, yellow-green to amber skin. The variety is prone to bunch stem necrosis and millerandage. In irrigated vines have good affinity pad SO4.

Technological characteristics – grapes contains on average about 15-16% of sugars when content titratable acids 5-6 g / l.

Sustainable vines are susceptible to powdery mildew, downy mildew and low winter temperatures. Grapes are virtually resistant to gray mold.

Yield – vines heavily growing good and yield (average yield per vine was about 6 kg, per hectare, 1000-1500 kg). Grapes are distinguished by good transportability

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