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EU Application 1713


Symphony, Strawberry

Bred at The James Hutton Institute (JHI), formerly SCRI, Symphony is a well established late season variety with a 50% pick date 8 to 10 days later than Elsanta.

The berries are bright, regular and glossy with good flesh and skin firmness and a pleasant, slightly acidic flavour.

Maincrop yields are excellent; the variety has good field resistance to Red Core and some tolerance to Vine Weevil and is particularly suited to low cost, outdoor production.

Certified Stock

Fresh standard plants £180 per thousand
Cold stored A grade plants £186.50 per thousand
Misted Tips: £280 per thousand

Season Late
Rating Fully recommended
Planting Distances - Intra-row spacing 40cm / 16ins
Planting Distances - Row Width 1.5m / 60ins
Planting Distances - Plants per Acre 13000
Planting Distances - Plants per hectare 33300
Plant type - Fresh - Standard Grade YES
Plant type - Cold Stored - A Grade YES
Misted Tips YES

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