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Description of the variety of garden strawberries Brilla (Brilla)

Description of the variety of garden strawberries Brilla (Brilla)


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Strawberry Brilla (Fragaria Brilla) is a new, super-early, high-yielding variety, which immediately after its appearance has earned a lot of positive feedback from gardeners and gardeners. The variety is especially loved for its sweet taste, large berry size and high disease resistance. Brilla is a completely unpretentious strawberry, it feels good in almost any area.

Brilla bushes bring harvest at the very beginning of summer

Breeding history

Brill's strawberry appeared on the market thanks to the work of the Italian breeders of the CRA-FRF company: G. Baruzzi, W. Faedi, P. Lucchi and P. Sbrighi. It was bred in 2004 in the city of Cesena by interbreeding, where the varieties Tribute, Alba, Darselect, Brighton, Cesena were used as parent specimens. The variety received commercial distribution seven years ago, in Russia it began to be grown in 2017.

Description of Brilla strawberry variety and characteristics

Brilla garden strawberry is not a repaired type of universal culture. The berry is consumed fresh, it perfectly tolerates freezing and defrosting, and is excellent for processing. The plant is a well-leafed, medium-sized compact shrub with a strong root system. Forms a moderate amount of thick and strong whiskers that do not interfere with harvesting at all. Strawberry flower stalks are multi-primordial, they linger slightly due to the large weight of the fruits, they are perfectly pollinated. The foliage is dark green in color.

The variety is suitable for transportation, has a good presentation, the berries do not crumple or flow, they are stored for a long time without loss of quality. The variety is perfect not only for growing on a personal plot, but also for commercial purposes.

Brilla strawberries have good resistance to winter frosts, excellent immunity to diseases, perfectly adapt to different types of soil, and easily take root after transplanting and planting. The plant is adapted to both open and closed ground, it is allowed for cultivation in the northern regions. In agricultural technology, the variety is not particularly demanding; it does not need careful care and constant feeding.

The strawberry variety is ideal for sale

Characteristics of fruits, taste

The berries have a conical-elongated shape, large, medium-dense, easily detach from the stalk, rich color, red-orange, small achenes, yellow in color. In terms of external characteristics, the strawberry is very beautiful, uniform, with an excellent presentation. The average weight of each berry is 30-40 g, some specimens can have a weight of 50 g. The pulp of the fruit is not too dense, tastes sweet, but not devoid of pleasant sourness, the mass fraction of sugar has good indicators - about 7.7. The aroma is moderately expressed.

Ripening terms, yield and keeping quality

Brilla's strawberry begins to bear fruit around the second half of May, but the ripening time directly depends on the climatic conditions of the growing area. The variety brings a consistently high yield; in a season with a good agricultural background, up to a kilogram of berries can be harvested from one bush. The harvest period is long, the fruit ripens uniformly. The keeping quality of strawberries has good indicators; in a cool room, the crop is safely stored for three to five days. During transportation, the berries are not damaged and do not flow, keeping their original appearance.

Important! Poor weather conditions do not interfere with the productivity of the variety.

Growing regions, frost resistance

Brilla's strawberry tolerates dry and hot weather, it also grows well in rainy and cold seasons, copes well with return frosts and hibernates safely. Although unfavorable weather conditions, of course, affect the taste and yield of berries. The variety can grow in Belarus, central Russia and other very cold regions. Brilla is suitable for growing on depleted and poor land, heavy soil. Can grow in open areas, greenhouses and tunnels.

In the process of fruiting, the berries of the variety do not shrink

Disease and pest resistance

Strawberries have strong immunity to major crop diseases and are suitable for organic farming. But, despite this, it is advisable to carry out preventive treatment of the plant. To protect against insects, you can do with folk remedies (dry mustard powder or its solution, laundry soap, garlic). Treatment with a biological product "Fitosporin" will help with most diseases.

Advantages and disadvantages of the variety

Brill's strawberry has recently appeared on the market and has managed to prove itself from a good side. So far the plant has practically no flaws.

The variety is considered the most hardy of all Italian strawberry varieties.

Advantages:

  • high productivity;
  • early ripening of berries;
  • endurance;
  • frost resistance;
  • productivity;
  • good presentation and keeping quality;
  • possibility of transportation;
  • excellent taste;
  • universal purpose;
  • disease resistance;
  • unpretentiousness.

Disadvantages:

  • one harvest wave per season;
  • high cost of planting material;
  • a small amount of mustache.

Reproduction methods

Brill's variety is propagated by dividing a bush or mustache. In the first case, the procedure is carried out when the culture is already mature enough. To do this, the plant is dug out with a sharp knife treated in a solution of potassium permanganate, a part with a well-developed root system and at least two leaves is cut off from it. Then the "delenka" is planted in the ground for rooting.

To propagate Brill's strawberries with a mustache, you should work according to the following scheme:

  1. Choose healthy mother bushes.
  2. Remove peduncles from them so that the plant gives a lot of powerful whiskers.
  3. Root outlets in plastic containers.
  4. In the last week of July, cut off the seedlings and plant them in a permanent place.

Planting and leaving

Although Brill's strawberries are not demanding on the planting site, it is better to choose a site for it on a hill, without drafts, well warmed up by the sun's rays. Planting should be carried out in July, so that the bushes have time to gain strength and get stronger before fruiting, which will occur next year. It is advisable to prepare a bed for strawberries a few weeks before planting:

  • remove weeds from the site;
  • dig up the ground 30 cm deep;
  • add superphosphates, wood ash, humus.

Bushes should be planted at a distance of 30 cm between cuttings and rows - 40 cm.On the day of planting, you need to dig holes, fill them with water, then place strawberry cuttings there, straightening its roots, cover with soil so that the root collar remains above the ground surface. Seal and moisturize the soil. Then, every three days for two weeks, watering so that the bushes take root.

To get the best harvest of Brill strawberries, you need some simple care:

  • weeding;
  • timely, but moderate watering;
  • mustache trimming (if breeding is not planned).

Advice! To reduce the frequency of watering, gardeners recommend mulching Brill's strawberry bushes with sawdust, cut grass or straw.

You need to feed the plants the next year after planting. In the spring, it is advisable to add organic fertilizers (horse or cow manure, wood ash), at the time of fruiting, and also before wintering, it is useful to add mineral fertilizers containing nitrogen and potassium (potassium nitrate).

Preparing for winter

With the arrival of cold weather, the beds with Brill's strawberries should be inspected, freed from dry foliage, if necessary, add soil to those places where the roots of the plant are bare. No pruning is required. If the culture grows in the southern regions, then its bushes do not need additional insulation, and in a severe winter, planting should be protected from freezing. Any mulching material is suitable for shelter: peat, straw, sawdust. Ideally, you should insulate the strawberries with thick agrofibre.

In case of frost up to 15-18 degrees, you can do without shelter

Conclusion

Brilla's strawberry is an excellent berry variety that has earned numerous positive reviews. Possesses a wide range of advantages, the main of which are high yield, not depending on weather conditions, stable immunity, unpretentiousness. Due to its good presentation, transportability and keeping quality, this variety is excellent for sale.

Reviews of gardeners about Brilla strawberries

Anastasia Kalugina, 32 years old, Engels

I have several varieties of strawberries, and each is good in its own way. The Brill variety is one of my favorites. Its berries are large, have excellent taste, the bushes give a little mustache. I advise everyone to breeding.

Kristina Rogova, 56 years old, Kamyshin

Brilla is an excellent strawberry with large and very sweet berries. I planted it this season and immediately saw a wonderful result. I hope the performance will not worsen next year.

Grigory Ivanov, 49 years old, Moscow

I have been growing Brill's strawberries since its appearance on the market. The first two years, the result was amazing, the berries are large, one to one. This year the harvest has become a little worse, maybe this was influenced by the dry summer, I don't know. Although it was still possible to collect five buckets from a small area. I'll see how the plant shows itself next year.


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