RBC16F6 (provisional name: Glen Mor)

  • Season: Early Season
  • Main characteristic/s: Good productivity, fruit size and flavour.
  • Breeder: James Hutton Limited
Characteristics of RBC16F6 (provisional name: Glen Mor)
  • Early season
  • Good productivity
  • Good flavour
  • Resistant to Phytophthora root rot
  • Upright, spine-free canes
Cropping Season
In Scotland RBC16F6 starts cropping 7-10 days before Glen Ample.

Fruit Quality
Large fruit, with size maintained well during season, good flavour and shelf life.

Fruit Yield
Good yield potential, producing higher yields than Glen Ample and Cascade Delight in soil and substrate trials.

Plant Characteristics
Upright, spine-free canes with short internodes. RBC16F6 has good potential for long cane production, with a lower chill requirement than standard floricane varieties.

Disease Resistance
RBC16F6 has the molecular marker for Phytophthora resistance and displays good resistance to root rot in infested soils. It is also resistant to the main biotypes of the large raspberry aphid (Amphorophora idaei).

Plant Supply
RBC16F6 (Glen Mor) is protected under Community (EU) Plant Variety Rights (Grant No: EU 20192569). The propagation and sale of plants, or parts of plants, of RBC16F6 without a licence is prohibited.