VARIETIES OF APRICOTS

NOVI SAD’S NATIVE (NOVOSADSKA RODNA)

Novi Sad’s Native apricot was developed in 1987 in Serbia.

The tree is a medium vigorous.

The crop is medium-large to large sized, elongated and rounded in shape.

The skin has light orange color with redness on the exposed side.

The flesh is orange, juicy, and aromatic.

Ripens: late July

NOVI SAD 4 (NS 4)

Novi Sad’s 4 variety was developed in Serbia in 1985.

The crop is large to very large size with rounded and elongated shape.

The skin has orange color with red blush.

The flesh has orange color, it’s jucy with sour taste.

Ripens: late July

NOVI SAD 6 (NS 6)

Novi Sad’s 6 apricot was developed in Serbia in 1985.

The tree is a medium vigorous to vigorous.

The crop is medium large to large size, rounded in shape.

The skin has light-orange color with a rich red color on the exposed side.

The flesh is firm and juicy with aromatic nice taste.

Ripens: mid-July

HUNGARIAN BEST

Hungarian Best apricot variety was developed in Hungary.

The tree is medium vigorous to vigorous. The crop is large, with weight about of 50 grams.

The skin has orange-yellow color with red circles.

The flesh is dark red, firm and jucy, with sweet and sour taste.

This apricot is a self-pollenizer and it’s resilient to low temperatures.

Ripens: mid-July

KECSKEMET ROSE

Kecskemet Rose apricot was developed in Hungary.

The crop is medium large size with average weight of 40-50 grams.

The flesh is orange, juicy and it has very pleasant taste.

The skin has orange color and it’s smooth.

Ripens: late July

ROXANA

Roxana apricot originated from Afghanistan.

The tree is less vigorous. The crop is very large size, with average weight 75 grams.

The skin has orange color with red blush on the exposed side.

The flesh is orange, firm and juicy.

This apricot variety is Plum pox tolerant.

Ripens: late July – early August

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