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    We take all responsibility and seriously to cultivate quality berries, so we grow Ukrainian berries for cutting-edge world-class technologies that meet international standards and standards. At present, our company has passed all stages of certification, and received the GLOBAL GAP certificate.

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    Our varieties of blueberries:


    The mid-grade variety was introduced in 1941 and put into production in 1952.

    Until the last years, Blueberry variety was the most common in the industry. Standard variety with which other cultivars are compared. It is easy to grow and has very few problems. The Blueberry variety is free to distribute and does not require a license. The bush is strong, erect, with a height of 160-200 cm.
    It is characterized by high productivity (4-9 kg from an adult bush) and good adaptation to soil conditions, relatively good with drought. Begins to bear fruit in late July.
    Berries of medium-large size (1.8-2.0 g), light blue with a small perlite. The fruit can be austere and have a large percentage of "red backs" if they are collected too early. Machine-building is still a problem, but has become more appropriate with the use of color sorters in the technological lines. Grade Blueberry is recommended for sale on the local market.
    Tend to crop overload (in this case, the berries may have a characteristic reddish color). Requires enhanced cropping.
    One of the most frost-resistant varieties (withstand the temperature drop to -34 ° C).


    Medium-grade varieties were introduced in production in 1988. Gray Blueugold is free to distribute and does not require a license.

    Cold-resistant variety with high productivity and excellent quality of berries. The bush is medium-sized, half-branched, up to 120 cm high. Berries are very solid, fragrant and evenly spaced with a small podgy scar. Berries are medium-sized, pleasant sweet-sour taste with a small perlite. The variety is not prone to shredding berries. Due to concentrated maturation it is economically beneficial for manual and mechanical cleaning. Berries quickly gain color, but are prone to aspiration. The transportability of good, with an immediate cooling of the berries is well preserved, suitable for long-term storage under controlled environment conditions.
    The variety is highly productive, the plant forms a large number of branches and lays a lot of fruit buds, therefore, it is prone to overloading the crop. Requires tighter trimming and thinning.
    The winter resistance is high, withstand the temperature drop to -34°C.


    American variety, obtained by crossing the varieties of Brigitte Blu and Elliot, breeder James F. Hancock, University of Michigan. Gabitus is erect to the semi-perishable.

    Bushes in height 1,5 m, diameter 1,3 m. The grade is self-polluting, but cross-pollination improves the quality of the fruits. The diameter of the berry is 0.8-1.4 cm, the average weight is 1.5 g, mist-blue color, small and dry place of separation. Berries are on average 25% bigger than Elliot, with a slightly darker color. Compared to the Elliot variety, it has better density, taste and longer shelf life. Fruits can be used fresh, frozen, make jam, jelly and yogurt. Aurora ripens a few days after the Elliot variety. High resistance to anthrax and both mammary glands.


    Relatively new middle-aged varieties of blueberries. Duckling (breeder James F. Hancock, University of Michigan, USA).

    Bush height 150 cm, width 1 m. Straight gabitus. The grade is self-polluting, but with cross pollination the fruits are bigger and better. Diameter 1,0-1,5 cm, average weight 1,6 g, purple-blue color, small and dry gap. The fruits are very homogeneous and have excellent color preservation after harvesting. Compared to the Blueberry variety, the berries are more elastic and durable, the taste is much better and a much longer shelf life. Berries are suitable for use fresh, frozen, and processed: jam, jelly, yogurt. The draper ripens a few days after Duke, but before Blukrop. Has concentrated periods of maturation. Very good grade for machine cleaning. Requires protection from moniliosis (mummification of berries) and well-drained, light soils. Not recommended for wet and cold areas.

    The grade is licensed and not available for free distribution.


    Duke is the leading early-grained blueberry tropical.

    Launched in 1986 in the United States. It is known for high yields and quality berries of uniform size. On average, from the bush you can collect about 6 kg of berries. Duct's soft taste improves when stored in a refrigerator. When growing it is necessary to choose a site with well-drained soils of light mechanical composition and carefully observe the technology. This variety is suitable for both mechanized collection and for manual use. The Duke variety is free to distribute and does not require a license. [/ Vc_column_text]

    Usage - fresh market, recycling.

    Berries - light blue color, dense, with a soft taste, juicy and large (up to 2 cm). At the same time ripen into the clusters.

    The bush - landed, upright, strong-growing, with a height of 150-180 cm, forms a large number of shoots.

    Frost resistance - high, can withstand a decrease in temperature to -34 ° C.

    The collection season - from the beginning to the end of July (in the conditions of Northern Ukraine). The period between flowering and gathering is only 45 days.

    Duke is an early variety that is highly adapted for different climatic conditions and accommodation. It is winter-stable for the northern regions and is adapted for a warm climate in southern Europe.


    Relatively new middle-aged varieties of blueberries. Duckling (breeder James F. Hancock, University of Michigan, USA).

    The variety is obtained by crossing the Brigitte Blu and Elliott varieties.

    The late-gland lobster variety was launched in 1997 on the basis of the Michigan State University breeder James F. Hancock and patented in 2004.

    The bush is medium-sized and semi-delusional with a large number of mediocre branching shoots, a height of 1.5 m, a width of 1.2 m.

    Self-sharpening grade, however, with cross pollination, the quality and size of berries increase. Berries in the length of 1.1-1.3 cm, in diameter of 1.4-1.8 cm, the average weight of the fruit is 1.5 g, the color of the berries is purple-blue. Compared to the Elliot variety, Liberty's fruits have a brighter color, more dense flesh, a more dry scar and the same, high levels of antioxidants.

    The braids of medium size, light blue with a small, perianth and dry detachment, are collected in shallow clusters. Have a nice taste and aroma. The size of berries is even.

    Berries have a firm skin, suitable for long-term storage. Well carry transportation. A variety of dessert, suitable for freezing, making jams, jellies, yoghurts. High temperatures during harvesting may result in soft fruits. Berries are extremely easy to separate

    The grade is suitable for mechanized harvesting. The vintage ripens 5 days before the Elliot variety and is different from the last best taste and quality of produce.

    The variety is characterized by high frost resistance to minus 37оС and adaptability to the temperature drop in the autumn-spring period.


    The middle-class variety was launched in 1976 and put into production only in 1997. The Patriot variety is free to distribute and does not require a license.

    Bush average height of growth, height 120-140 cm.
    The berries of the first collection are very large, then somewhat smaller, flattened, light blue, very pleasant to taste. Perianth small size, tear off dry.
    The berries are collected in dense clusters, the first collection is carried out manually, then possible mechanized harvesting.
    The variety is highly productive, prone to thickening and over-harvesting. Therefore, to avoid reducing the size of berries, requires increased cutting and thinning of shoots.
    The rootstock-resistant (Phytophtora spp.) Variety is well adapted to growing on heavy soils and areas with a risk of overflow.
    The variety is considered self-polluting, but if there are other varieties in the area that provide cross-pollination, higher and more stable yields can be expected.


    This is an early-breed variety with a relatively late flowering period, so the variety is practically not damaged by early fall frosts.

    Launched in 1978 and put into production in 1981. The Spartan variety is free to distribute and does not require a license.
    The bush is strong, erect, 150-200 cm high.
    Berries are large in size, light blue. Perianth small size, tear off dry. The taste of this variety is very pleasant, tart and sweet. The size of 16-18 mm in diameter, to the third collection is slightly smaller.
    The variety is highly productive, but it is demanding conditions of cultivation. It is best grown and fructifies in well-drained areas with an optimal pH level of soil (or substrate) 4,5-5,5.
    To obtain maximum yield, it is desirable to grow the variety on areas of other varieties to ensure cross-pollination.


    The bush is upright, fast-growing, heavily branched, reaching a height of 1.5 m.

    Berries are very large, more than 20 mm in diameter, weighing about 2 g. It often produces fruit in diameter more than 25 mm. The yield is high, fruiting is regular. The berries are blue, delicious, dense, with a small scoop. Very long maturation period (4-6 weeks) - from the beginning of August to the middle of September. The variety grows well in temperate climates.

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    17036, 76 Dryshby str, Chemer, Kozeletsky district, Chernihiv region, Ukraine.

    Maslennikov Vasiliy Sergeevich, tel: +38 (050) 404-64-02;

    Head Agronomist: Prima Fedir Valerievich, tel: +38 (050) 404-64-03


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