Black currant Minaj shmyrev
Black currant Minai Shmyrev was obtained at the Institute of Fruit Growing and has an average ripening period.
Currant variety Minai Shmyrev was obtained by crossing the variety Dove and other complex European currant varieties. The author of this culture is O.G. Voluznev. The plant was officially registered in 1979 with a recommendation for cultivation practically throughout Russia.
Black currant Minaj Shmyrev: variety description
Currant Minaj Shmyrev: photo of the variety
Black currant variety Minai Shmyrev has an average height and slightly spreading crown. Currant shoots have a fairly large diameter and a green tint. There are no villi on the stems. Their shape is slightly curved. The shoots become lignified over time and have a gray-brown shade of the bark.
The buds are egg-shaped and have a characteristic pointed tip. The buds fit tightly to the stems, especially in the upper part. Only the apical kidney remains free.
The leaf plates are quite large and have a pronounced dark green color. The surface of the plate is matte and has a leathery texture to the touch. The leaves are characterized by a five-lobed shape. Each blade is pointed towards the top. The central blade is longer than the lateral blades, which extend at right angles from the central blade. There is a fairly large notch at the base of the sheet. The leaves are serrated at the edges and are attached with a medium petiole of bright green color.
The flowers here are medium-sized, reddish and self-fertile. The brush is of medium size.
Black currant fruits Minai Shmyrev have an average size and weight of about 1 gram. The shape of the fruit is round, the color is rich black. The skin is thin enough, leaves a dry tear. The fruits are attached with a small stalk. The berries taste very sweet and have a lot of juice. Experts estimate the taste of berries at 4.3 points.
The fruits are consumed both fresh and used for harvesting. They contain a large amount of useful substances: sugars, dry substances, acids, vitamin C, pectin and others.
Currant Minaj Shmyrev is frost-resistant and brings a fairly large amount of harvest. The self-fertility of the plant also belongs to the advantages. Powdery mildew is isolated from diseases. However, plants are highly immune to anthracnose.
Blackcurrant variety Minai Shmyrev is a good option for planting, since it has a good berry taste and a pleasant appearance. In addition, the plant is highly immune to anthracnose and is also self-fertile. It is necessary to follow the necessary rules of care and maintain the protective forces of the currant Minai Shmyrev for prevention against other diseases and insects.