Frost-resistant peach varieties learned to grow in the Volyn region (Ukraine)


Frost-resistant peach varieties learned to grow in the Volyn region (Ukraine)

07/21/2020

12 varieties of peaches of early, medium and late ripeness grow in the garden

A peach orchard in the Volyn region (Ukraine) was founded in the fall of 2017. Serhiy Shevchuk and his partners Ivan Grushkovskiy, Volodymyr Melnik have grown rootstocks from frost-resistant Manchurian peach by seed method. For the second week in a row, the enterprises have been harvesting the first peach harvest in the garden.

This is reported by Superagronom with reference to the press service of the Department of APR of the Volyn Regional State Administration.

“There are 12 varieties of peaches of early, medium and late ripeness in our garden. For the second week we have been collecting and selling the first crop. The fruits are in demand, ”Sergei Shevchuk noted.

Gardeners have also adapted the Canadian peach variety Flaven Fury for cultivation in Volyn. In addition, there are peach and apple nurseries on the territory of the enterprise.

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“There are six zoned apple varieties. A year later, these trees, which in the fall will reach a height of one and a half meters, begin to bear fruit. There are various varieties of cherries, apricots, pears, plums and other fruit trees in the mother liquor. All apricot seedlings have already been ordered by buyers from different regions of Ukraine, ”said Serhiy Shevchuk and Ivan Hrushkovskiy.

The issue of further work on entering seedlings into the State Register of producers of planting material is being discussed.

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