|Botanical Name:||Rubus idaeus|
Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Agassiz
6947 #7 Highway
P.O. Box 1000
Agassiz, British Columbia
Chaim Kempler, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Agassiz, British Columbia
|Agent in Canada:||
Summerland Varieties Corp. (SVC)
105-13677 Rosedale Avenue
Summerland, British Columbia
|Protective direction granted:||- -|
|Grant of Rights Date:||2011-08-17|
|Grant of Rights Termination Date:||2029-08-17|
Varieties used for comparison: 'Tulameen' and 'Meeker'
Summary: The anthocyanin colouration on the current season's cane of 'BC92641' is weak while it is absent or very weak for 'Tulameen'. 'BC92641' has longer dormant canes than 'Tulameen'. The fruiting lateral of 'BC92641' is longer in length than for the reference varieties. The fruit length of 'BC92641' is medium to long while it is short to medium in 'Meeker'. The fruit width of 'BC92641' is medium to broad while it is narrow to medium in 'Meeker'. Time of vegetative bud burst of 'BC92641' is medium while it is late for 'Meeker'. The fruiting period of 'BC92641' is short to medium in length while it is long for 'Tulameen'.
PLANT: upright growth habit, many number of current season's canes, fruit bearing on previous year's canes in summer only
VERY YOUNG SHOOT: no anthocyanin colouration at apex during rapid growth
CURRENT SEASON'S CANE: medium bloom, weak anthocyanin colouration, medium length internode, medium length vegetative bud
PREVIOUS SEASON'S CANE IN SUMMER: brownish grey dormant cane, erect attitude of fruiting lateral, time of vegetative bud burst is medium, time of beginning of flowering is medium, time of beginning of fruit ripening is medium, length of fruiting period is short to medium
SPINES: present, medium density, very small to small size of base, short length, purple
LEAF: medium green on upper side, equally three and five leaflets per leaf, convex profile in cross-section, medium rugosity, free position of lateral leaflets
PEDICEL: absent or very few spines
PEDUNCLE: medium anthocyanin colouration
FLOWER: medium size
FRUIT: medium to long length, medium to broad in width, medium to large length/width ratio, conical in lateral view, small size single drupe, medium to dark red, medium glossiness, firm, weak adherence to plug
Origin & Breeding History: 'BC92641' is the result of a cross made in 1992 between 'Chilliwack' and 'BC86-41-15' at the PARC-Abbotsford Substation, British Columbia. The parentage includes 'BC64-10-198', Skeena, and a wild raspberry R. strigosus, clone collected from Québec which has a high level of resistance to root rot. The selection criteria used were fruit appearance, taste, flesh texture, harvest time, plant quality, productivity, precocity, and disease resistance.
Tests & Trials: Trials for 'BC92641' were conducted at the Pacific Agri-Food Research Centre, Abbotsford Substation, British Columbia during 2009 and 2010. The trial included 25 plants per variety separated into 3 replication plots. Plots were 3 metres long rows with a plant spacing of 0.9 metres between plants and 3 metres between the rows.
Comparison tables for 'BC92641' with reference varieties 'Tulameen' and 'Meeker'
Dormant cane: length (cm)
Fruiting lateral: length (cm)
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