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Fresh Market Cultivars

Fresh Market Cultivars evaluated at Tifton, GA

Click on the cultivar name for more details and pictures of the berries. Cultivars listed in BOLD are the ones we have found most useful in south Georgia.

Cultivar Flower Type Berry
Color
Harvest Period Berry Size Productivitya % Dry Scar
Alachua Self-fertile Purple Midseason Medium 100% 50%
Cowart Self-fertile Purple Midseason Medium 40% 30%
Darlene Female Bronze Midseason Very Large 40% 20%
Delicious Self-fertile Purple Early-Mid Large 130% ?
Dixieland Female Bronze Late Large 90% 10%
Early Fry Female Bronze Early Very Large 80% 20%
Eudora Female Purple Midseason Med/Lar 100% low
Fry Female Bronze Midseason Large 70% 30%
Granny Val Self-fertile Bronze Very Late Large 110% 50%
Higgins Female Bronze Midseason Large 70% 30%
Hall Self-fertile Bronze Early Large 100% 90%
Ison Self-fertile Purple Late Large 120% 50%
Janet Self-fertile Bronze Late Large 100% 0%
Jumbo Female Purple Midseason Large 80% 30%
Lane Self-fertile Black Early Large 60% 77%
Late Fry Self-fertile Bronze Late Very Large 80% 60%
Loomis Female Red Late Medium 20% 30%
Magoon Self-fertile Purple Midseason Small 90% 30%
Nesbitt Self-fertile Purple Midseason/ Late Large 100% 40%
Pam Female Bronze Late Very Large 60% 40%
Pineapple Self-fertile Bronze Midseason Medium 130% 10%
Polyanna Self-fertile Purple Late Large 80% 70%
Pride Female Purple Midseason Large 90% 40%
Scarlett Female Pink Midseason Large 30% 70%
Scuppernong Female Bronze Late Small 40% 60%
Southern Home Self-fertile Purple Midseason/ Late Medium 80% 30%
Southland Self-fertile Purple Late Small 90% 100%
Southern Jewel Self-fertile Purple Early Large    
Sugargate Female Purple Early Large 40% 20%
Summit Female Bronze Midseason Large 80% 80%
Supreme Female Purple Midseason Very Large 90% 60%
Sweet Jenny Female Bronze Midseason Very Large 50% 30%
Tara Self-fertile Bronze Early Large 90% 80%
Triumph Self-fertile Bronze/Pink Early Medium 100% 60%

aEstimated average percentage of a full crop for years 2004-2008.