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Cristimar - the latest cultivar of dwarfish cherry tree


, : Cristimar - the latest cultivar of dwarfish cherry tree. Acta Horticulturae ( 349): 283-284

Cristimar, registered in 1984, is suitable for planting at a high density (833 trees/ha) when grafted on Prunus mahaleb rootstocks. It bears fruits after 3-4 years and the fruits are resistant to cracking following rain. The average-sized, free-stone fruits (4.1 g) are bright black with dark red flesh and ripen in the last week of May, 5-7 days before Bigarreau Moreau. Cristimar is suitable for the fresh market and processing, and has value as an ornamental crop.


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