|Botanical Name:||Prunus persica|
University of Guelph
50 Stone Rd E, Ichthyology Building #92
Jayasankar Subramanian, University of Guelph - Vineland Campus, Vineland Station, Ontario
|Grant of Rights Date:||2014-06-27|
|Grant of Rights Termination Date:||2032-06-27|
Variety used for comparison: 'Harrow Diamond'
Summary: The flower type of 'V92301' is non-showy whereas it is showy in 'Harrow Diamond'. The leaves of 'V92301' are longer and wider than those of 'Harrow Diamond'. The hue of over colour of the fruit of 'V92301' is medium red whereas it is light red on 'Harrow Diamond'. The tendency of splitting of the stone at peak harvest of 'V92301' is absent or very low whereas it is low in 'Harrow Diamond'.
TREE: medium to large size, medium vigour, semi-erect to spreading habit
FLOWERING SHOOT: medium to thick, medium length of internodes, weak to medium intensity of anthocyanin colouration, medium density of flower buds in groups of 2 or more
FLOWERING: early to mid-season beginning of flowering, short duration
FLOWER: non showy, orange on inner side of calyx, predominantly violet pink on inner side of corolla
PETAL: narrow elliptic, small, five in number
STAMEN: positioned above petals, pollen present on anthers
PISTIL: stigma positioned at same level as anthers, pubescence on ovary
YOUNG SHOOT: long stipule on fully expanded leaf
LEAF BLADE: mid-season leaf bud burst, medium to large length/width ratio, flat in cross section, recurvature of apex present, obtuse base, small angle at apex, green colour
PETIOLE: medium length
NECTARIES: present, reniform shape, predominantly more than two
FRUIT: very early to early maturity for consumption, medium size, round in ventral view, weakly depressed shape of pistil end, asymmetric when viewed from pistil end, weak to medium prominence of suture, , weak tendency to preharvest drop
STALK CAVITY: medium depth and width
FRUIT SKIN: orange-yellow ground colour, medium to large extent of medium red striped overcolour, sparse to medium density of pubescence, thin to medium thickness, medium to strong adherence to flesh
FRUIT FLESH: firm, orange-yellow ground colour, very weakly expressed anthocyanin colouration directly under skin, absent or very weakly expressed anthocyanin colouration of the flesh and around the stone, not fibrous texture, medium sweetness and acidity
STONE: small to medium size compared to fruit, elliptic shape in lateral view, light intensity of brown colour, pits and grooves on surface, absent or very low tendency of splitting at peak harvest, medium adherence to flesh
Origin & Breeding History: 'V92301' arose as a single selection from the cross of 'Harrow Diamond' and 'V790638' conducted in 1992 at the Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Vineland Station, Ontario. Selection criteria included maturity date, yield, fruit characteristics, improved disease resistance, productivity and very low incidence of split pits.
Tests & Trials: Trials for 'V92301' were conducted at the University of Guelph, Department of Plant Agriculture, Vineland Campus during the 2010 to 2012 growing seasons. Trees were planted in 2006 on 'Bailey' rootstocks. Spacing between trees was 4 metres in the row and 5.5 metres between rows. Measured characteristics were based on 25 measurements.
Comparison tables for 'V92301' with reference variety 'Harrow Diamond'
Leaf blade length (cm)
Leaf blade width (cm)
Predominant colour of corolla (RHS)
|inner side||70D with 70B at margins||62C|
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