Amid™ cherry

A Czech Republic cherry variety
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ANFIC-Amid-cherry-fruit

Comments

Trees are medium vigorous. The canopy is spreading and moderately thick. Trees are precocious, yields are very high and regular. Fruits are moderately resistant to cracking and to Monilinia fruit rot.
This cultivar is recommended for regions with a higher rainfall. It is also suitable for growing on dwarf rootstocks.
(Information based on overseas data.)

Commercial or trial status

Commercial

Parentage

Cross between ‘Kordia’ and ‘Vic’.

Maturity Season

Late

Maturity

Ripening is very late, during the seventh sweet cherry weeks (2 Dec 2012 in Bathurst). The flowering time is medium late and flowers are relatively less susceptible to spring frosts.

Fruit size

Medium to large fruit. Fruit weight from 8.5 to 9g. Average 26 to 28mm.

Skin

Dark red.

Flavour

Taste is very good.

Pollinator Notes

Other pollinator is Regina cherry.