Korvik™ cherry

A Belgium cherry variety
Exclusive to ANFIC
Korvick-cherry-variety

Comments

Trees are weakly vigorous, the growth is rather up-right. Canopy density is medium thin. Ripens medium to early, with Summit. Has a long harvesting window with good, regular yields, fruit ripens uniformly. Not susceptible to cracking and Monilinia fruit rot. Used mainly for the fresh market but can be used for processing. Recommended for regions with higher rainfall.

Commercial or trial status

Under evaluation

Parentage

Originated as a mutant of ’Korvic’ (Kordia x Vic).

Maturity Season

Mid

Maturity

-5 days. The time of ripening is medium early, during the fourth sweet cherry weeks (20 November 2012 in Bathurst). The time of flowering is medium late and flowers have a medium susceptibility to late spring frost.

Fruit size

Fruits are large, average weight varies from 9 to 9.5 g (28 to 30mm).

Skin

Dark red.

Flesh

Sweet with firm texture.

Flavour

Taste is very good

Pollinator Notes

Kordia.