- Authors: Kokinsky support IBTP, breeders and.IN. Cossacks, B.L. Kulagin
- Repair: No
- Berry color: dark crimson, rich, with beautiful gloss
- Taste: sour-sweet, medium, good
- Ripening time: late, medium impact
- Weight berry, g: 3-3.8 g
- Yield: 2.2 kg with bush
- Frost resistance, ° C / winter hardiness: Middle
- Tasting evaluation: 3.9
- Purpose: For fresh use, for quick frost
See all the characteristics
Raspberry Brigantine closes the berry season. It begins to ripen when most of the garden crops have already completed their fruiting.
Description of varieties
Venificary variety. The agriculture was revealed back in the 70s of the twentieth century by the outstanding breeders of Cossack and. IN. and Kulagina B. L., But to this day it takes a leading position not only among amateur gardeners, but also among agro-industrial enterprises. Popularity has been achieved at the expense of good frost resistance, drought-resistant and survival. Kostics feel great as in Western Siberia, Urals, so in the middle lane of Russia and in the southern regions.
Timing of ripening
Middle-varietary grade, ripening fruit occurs in August-September.
Brigantine has good market performance. In industrial scales, berries collect raspberry equipment. Harvest easy to transport.
Exchange rates canceled. From one bush can be collected from 2.2 to 5 kg of berries.
Highly appreciated cooks. Application wide. Use for cooking jam, yogurts, compotes, jelly, mousses, jams, cocktails, ice cream.
Refers to the unreasonable varieties. Vintage can be obtained only 1 time per season. Mature friendly. When the berries are kept, they do not appear, remain on the branch until the moment of collecting.
Berries and their taste
The fruits of brigantine are large, with a saturated, glossy dark raspberry color. Weight one can reach 3-3.8 g. Form rounded conical, with weak omitting.
According to a five-point tasting scale, the estimate is 3.9 points due to the present in the taste of pleasant kissing, as well as a low-rise fragrance. The flesh is rather dense. When thawing after freezing, berries do not lose shape and do not flow.
Features of cultivation
Culture does not require any special care skills, but there are certain secrets in growing. Plants are planted with a ceiling method at a distance of up to 2 m between rows and 1 m between shrubs. The support consists of 2 rows (width 0.5 m and height 1.5 m). Such a method will allow raspberry with the necessary amount of light and air.
A medium-sized bushes, 180-200 cm high, compact, slightly dismantuous, reprehension, with powerful reproductive, weakly escapes, purple-brown shade, with dense-skinned corrugated leaves.
Watering moderate depends on the weather. If the rains are enough, it is not necessary to provide in addition to the plants in moisture. With a small amount of precipitation, deep irrigation under root. Especially needed moisture during the flowering period and ripening berries. Excessive loss of soil water solves the mulching of the soil around the bushes.
Choosing a place and soil preparation
Raspberry gives preference to fertile soils (loamy or sath. The place is chosen solar, without stagnation of water and drafts, quickly heated.
Malinnik lays either in the middle of autumn or early spring. Soil is prepared in advance, making sure organic and mineral fertilizers (humid, woody, river sand, phosphates). However, mineral feeders should not be carried away. Brigantine is best responded in growth and fruiting on the organic.
Constant pruning helps to increase the crop. It is carried out 4 times a year:
March-April – remove all weak and subtle shoots;
July – until the floral ovary appeared, on the main escape the processes are pinpage, which will make it possible to form additional buds;
September-October – remove branches on which there were frozen;
November – Malinik thinned, remove broken, dry and weak shoots.
Diseases and pests
Brigantine has medium resistant to many diseases and pests. But culture resistance depends on the quality of the soil. Strong and strong raspberries can withstand pests and diseases.
However, harm to health seedlings can cause some insects.
Stem Muha. Strikes young twigs – they fade, black and die.
Stem Malino Gallitsa. The larvae feeds on a young piggy, can lead to the death of bustards.
Raspberry. Food with flowers, overwilling buds and first leaves, contributing to the worm of fruits.
Escape Gallitsa. Larvae living with colonies on stems use a plant for food. From such a neighborhood, the seedling dries and dies.
Cobed tick. The reason for its appearance is excessive thickening. The insect is striking leaflets that turn yellow, twisted and fall.
Weevil. The most dangerous pest capable of destroying almost the entire future harvest, taking flowers buds.
The plant can be affected by such fungal diseases as:
anthracnose – fungus, developing as a result of high humidity;
Purple spottedness is also a fungal infection that begins to develop after summer rains, the leaves begin to crack, fall, leading to the death of the plant.
New Malinnik lay down from autumn using young annual shoots. Brigantine planting material provides a gardener on their own, launching from rhizomes New processes. For breeding take healthy seedlings without signs of illness and rot on rhizome.
It is preferable to use seedlings just dug, so the roots will not be powered, pre-rooting shoots up to 50 cm. Looking holes are prepared in advance (10 cm depth). Rooted to the level of the root neck, abundantly water and mulch the ground on the plot.