- Season: Late season
- Main characteristic/s: Excellent shelf life
- Breeder: Marionnet SAS, France
Characteristics of Chambord
- Late season cropping
- Very high fruit yields
- Excellent shelf life
- Pale orange/red colour fruit, retains colour well post-harvest
- Tolerant of all the main raspberry disease
Late season cropping
The fruits are well presented, very pale orange red in colour, without going dark after picking. The berries are short conical shaped, with a good size (av. 4.5g to 5g). Berries have very good firmness and shelf life, a week after picking the fruit still looks good in store.
Chambord has very high fruit yields. Good potential for double cropping (Spring and Autumn).
Chambord canes have small spines and are very vigorous. Flowering occurs at the end of the cane, which results in a drooping habit.
Chambord is tolerant to all the main diseases and pests.
Chambord is protected under Community (EU) Plant Variety Rights Grant No. EU 43220. The propagation and sale of plants, or parts of plants, of Chambord without a licence is prohibited. Chambord is available from the following licensed propagators:
Propagation Licence Holders
Sales Licence Holders (Commercial Growers)
Sales Licence Holders (Amateur/Garden Market ONLY)
Growing-on / Transformation Licence Holders