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'Delmarvel' strawberry

, : 'Delmarvel' strawberry. HortScience 30(5): 1099-1103

Released in 1994 and derived from the cross Earliglow x Atlas, this Fragaria ananassa variety was selected for its vigour, its attractive, symmetrical and large fruits which have good colour and flavour and outstanding aroma, its late-early to early-midseason ripening and its resistance to red-stele root-rot disease (Phytophthora fragariae). It has also shown resistance to Colletotrichum acutatum. Fruits are firm and tough-skinned, handle well, and have a low proportion of culls.

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