Plum Renklode Kursakova
Plum Renklode Kursakova was obtained as a result of the work of breeders. A hybrid was created by crossing two varieties of Eurasia 21 with Renklod Altana. The founders of the plum variety Renklod Kursakova are scientists Kursakov, Nikiforova and others. The culture was officially registered in 2002.
Plum Renklod Kursakova: variety description and characteristics
The height of the tree of the plum variety Renklod Kursakova has average parameters, the shape of the crown resembles an oval, the number of leaves is small.
The branches of this plant are thin, have a straight growth, and also a dark brown tint. In the spring, cone-shaped buds begin to form. Moreover, they have a slight sharpness and small size. The angle of departure from the shoot is small.
After opening, a leaf plate grows out of the bud, which is of medium length and bright green color. The shape of the leaves resembles an elongated oval and a distinct sharpening at the tip. There are no patterns and villi on the leaf plate. The leaf is slightly concave and boat-like. Also on each leaf plate there are two oval glands at the base. The leaves are planted on a small petiole, while they are quite firmly located on it. Then flowers are formed, a characteristic feature of which is the excess of the stigma size.
Renklode Kursakova plums are large and weigh more than 30 grams each. In this case, the length of the plum is about 4 cm, as well as its diameter. The fruit resembles an elongated ball with a depression.
The color of the fruits is red here, some fruits can be with purple hues. The color of the pulp is closer to light green. On the palate, the pulp has a large amount of juice and pronounced fibers. Inside each fruit, there is a large enough bone that can be freely separated from the fruit. The shape of the stone resembles the fruit itself, only slightly reduced in size.
Renklod Kursakov's plums contain a large amount of useful substances: dry matter is about 18%, they also contain sugars, acids, ascorbic acid and active catechins. Basically, the fruits are eaten fresh, since they have an average resistance to transportation.
Plum Renklode Kursakova is self-fertile. At the same time, it bears fruit stably and abundantly enough, forming its cream in the form of bouquets, as well as on fruit twigs.
Plum Renklod Kursakova: advantages and disadvantages
The advantages of the plant include high external and taste qualities of the plant's fruits, as well as a fairly high resistance to frost and at the same time to hot dry weather.
Disadvantages the plum variety Renklod Kursakov is not noted.
Plum Renklod Kursakova is an excellent option and deserves a place of honor on the site of every gardener.