American cultivar. Red fruit weighing 150 to 250 grams, round and flattened with a more or less discreet ribbing at the top...
Commercial variety resulting from a double cross of 'Pan America x L. pimpinellifolium' and 'Pan America x Homestead', carried out and developed in 1960 by the South Carolina Experimental Station in Charleston.
Red fruit weighing 150-250 grams, round and flattened with a more or less discreet ribbing at the top.
Fleshy and juicy flesh with excellent flavour.
Productive and resistant to fusarium and grey leaf spot.
+ ou - 1,40m