Variety developed by the University of Nebraska in 1944, USA.
Red and round fruit of 120 to 250 grams together in a cluster of 5 to 8 units.
Juicy flesh with thick walls. Excellent flavor noted with an acidity.
Suitable for both cooking and cost consumption.
Semi -determined growth to determine producing
Variety accommodates well with all climatic conditions, whether fresh or hot and humid.
Generous production and relatively long for a determined variety.
Large uniformity in terms of fruit caliber as well as their shape and precocity.
Sachet of 15 seeds.