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Glen Mor, Raspberry

EU PVR App No. 20192569
"An early season, high yielding, high quality variety with bomb-proof resistance to Raspberry Root Rot. Glen Mor will be a game changing variety for many of our PYO Growers” - Jeremy Darby

Glen Mor is the result of a floricane and primocane cross and carries benefits from both plant types including a low chill requirement and an autumn tip crop of fruit

Picking nine days ahead of Glen Ample and cropping over an extended 5-6 week period these robust, firm, large berries (5.9gm mean weight) detach easily and maintain their size over the season.
Superbly flavoured berries with high brix (9.7), a fantastic shelf life and yields superior to those of Glen Ample and Glen Carron. Spine free, straight canes with short internode length and excellent bud break.

Glen Mor carries the Rub118b gene marker which confers resistance to Raspberry Root Rot and been successfully trialled over six years in infected and flooded soil at James Hutton Institute. This variety has a very low winter chill requirement ensuring reliable bud break even following the mildest winters.

Please order by mid January for spring 2023 delivery
Certified Stock

Standard Cane: £1055 per thousand
Cold Store & Spring Potted Plants 40 cell: £1915 per thousand
Potted Long Cane: £2.90 per pot (2 canes per pot)

Additional charges may apply, please see the Cold Store Charges tab for more information.
This variety is protected by the breeder and requires the completion of a Grower Non-Propagation Agreement at the time of ordering
Ordering Information
How To Grow – Plant from autumn through to late spring in a sunny position with free draining soil. Floricane raspberries (summer fruiting) will require a sturdy support system made of posts and horizontal wires, primocane raspberries (autumn fruiting) do not require supports. Plant in rows spaced 60cm (24”) apart and prune to 15cm (6”) above ground level immediately after planting to encourage more growth. At the time of despatch, canes will be dormant and often look dead, but this is completely normal. Prepare holes in the soil wide enough and deep enough to lay out the roots. Please plant as soon as possible upon arrival and water well, apply a mulch to protect the roots from cold temperatures and the canes will then begin to establish. If conditions prevent immediate planting, heel the plants in.

More Information – Fresh dug raspberry canes are available from early November to January. Coldstored raspberry canes are available from February to May. The prices listed are for quantities per thousand, if you wish to place a smaller order please get in contact with a member of the team.

Delivery – Please let us know when you are ready – we will not send plants without prior notice from you. Orders are despatched by parcel courier or pallet network depending on the size, weight and dimensions. Unfortunately, at this moment in time we are only able to deliver plants to UK based addresses, however if you would like to discuss the option of an export, please send an email to liam@rwwalpole.co.uk.

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