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Detailed description of the late variety of strawberry malvina

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In order for the strawberry to enjoy its tasty and fragrant fruits a little longer, it is necessary to choose varieties for planting with different ripening terms. The latest type of plant is Malvina. It begins to bear fruit from the end of June and almost until the second half of July, when other varieties no longer bear berries. A detailed description and features of the cultivation of this variety can be found below.

Inference history

Malvina Strawberry is one of the new varieties bred by German breeder P. Stoppel in 2010. The plant was obtained by hybridizing clone Sophie with Schimmelpfeng.

Malvina variety description

The size of the bush strawberry Malvina is 50 cm in diameter and 40-50 cm tall. Berries bring 1 time per season and is considered a kind of short daylight. Perfectly withstands transportation. Possesses high commodity properties.

Strawberry Malvina

Flowering and ovary begins in early June. The yield is average, slightly lower than that of other plant varieties. With one bush you can get up to 1 kg of strawberries.

The Malvina variety has the following distinctive features:

  • brilliant sheet large enoughgreen color;
  • low inclined to the soil, it allows moisture to remain longer;
  • not requiring pollination, the flowers are self-pollinating, large, under the leaves (due to this arrangement, the fruit does not burn at all from the sun's rays);
  • the berries themselves are scarlet, bulky, weighing 40-45 g; at the end of ripening become dark red;
  • the flesh is not very firmbut dense, rich and sweet;
  • multi-bush - at the beginning of summer, 7–9 flowering horns appear, about 6 flowers each;
  • culture creates many antennaethat facilitates reproduction.
Bushes of Malvina berries are very large. And they should be planted from each other at a distance not closer than 40-50 cm and somewhere around 60 cm between the rows.

Even not at full maturity, Malvina strawberries are very tasty. She is not afraid of rain or sun, she instantly blushes. Hardy, even under not very favorable conditions.

The advantages and disadvantages of the variety

The main advantage of this variety are the late dates of fruiting.

Strawberry Malvina is quite popular late variety

In addition, there are other advantages of strawberries:

  • due to the high availability of sugar, berry possesses amazing taste quality;
  • ability to transport culture over long distances;
  • excellent presentation of the cropthat is very important when selling (if you keep it in a cool place, it will look good for a few days);
  • it takes root well in a damp climate, frequent rain does not affect the quality and taste of the fruit; heat and heat also have no effect on culture.

In addition to the positive qualities, strawberry "Malvina" has several disadvantages:

  • since the bushes of the plant are rather large, plant them stands at a distancethat is not very practical in the presence of a small infield;
  • fruit productivity 10-20% less exemplary.

Planting strawberries: the selection of places and dates

The right choice of location, the fulfillment of all the required agrotechnics in the cultivation of Malvina strawberries, as well as the timely planting of plants guarantee an excellent harvest.

Choosing a place

  1. A suitable place for seedlings will be straight surface areawhere there are no drafts and weeds.
  2. Garden strawberries are not very whimsical to the soil, but it is better to plant it all the same on light fertile lands.
The best place for strawberry Malvina will be a plot with a flat surface.

The second half of August or the first days of September is well suited for planting. Before it follows prepare the beds, dig them 25-30 cm deep (about a month).

Landing pattern

It is better to choose saplings strong, with the developed socket. Strawberry roots should have a strong lobe. Planted preferably in rows. Larger bushes need more space and light.

It is best to place the seedlings in rows

Before planting in the hole you need to pour water. When it is absorbed, gently inject the seedlings, straighten the roots, fill with earth and press down slightly. Then re-watered the seedling, but not at the very root, but near it. Then watering is done 2 times a day until the plant is rooted. As a rule, Malvina strawberries quickly adapt to a new place.

How often to water the culture?

The plant needs to perform a special water regime. During growing, ripening and fruiting need constant, abundant watering.. If the moisture is small, then the fruits will be small and even with bitterness.

Top dressing bushes

Experts recommend Malvina fertilizing in three stages.

Plant nutrition is good to produce in 3 stages:

  1. At the very beginning of growth. It should be fertilized with nitrogen, it will help to form berries. Can be mixed for 1m2 10 grams of urea, 1:10 cow's humus and about 1:50 of bird droppings diluted in water.
  2. During flowering. At 1 m2 soil add 20 g of mineral fertilizers with the presence of potassium, phosphorus, nitrogen.
  3. After harvest. For the formation of strong fruit buds, you should make another feeding without the use of nitrogen. For this you will need for 1 m2 soil 20 g of sodium chloride (can be replaced by superphosphate).

Before planting Malvina, organic fertilizers may be added (for 5 m2. land - 2 buckets of humus).

Young plants will need half as much fertilizer. When the strawberry is located on sandy soil, the dose should be doubled.

Fight against diseases and pests

Diseases

Malvina variety is different excellent resistance to some diseasesfor example, verticillary drying or powdery mildew. Occasionally infected with brown spot.

Mostly strawberries are damaged by gray mold.which may occur in cool, wet weather. Fruits become soft with color gray from decay. During rains, experts recommend for preventive purposes of the disease, sprinkle sawdust between rows.

Preventive actions:

  • before flowering row is treated with copper oxychloride; on 10 l of water add 1 tbsp. l component; put on 1 m2 - 1 liter of solution;
  • at the end of fruiting it is desirable to re-treat the site; on 1 bucket of water put 2 tbsp. l oxychloride copper, here is a little bit of liquid soap.

When it was not possible to get rid of gray rot, the affected berries are destroyed.

Pests

Extremely rarely strawberries are attacked by Malvina: weevils, thrips.

To protect the culture:

  • from weevil, strawberries before planting, during the appearance of flowers and after harvest, should be treated with insecticide "Aktar";
  • from thrips, also at the same time, spray with the means "Aktara", "Aktofit", "Aktellik", etc.

For the purpose of prevention between rows plant odorous crops (red pepper, garlic) or sprinkle strawberries with infusions of these plants.

Malvina strawberry is most often attacked by weevil.

When various pests appear, carefully remove all the bad parts so that their larvae do not further multiply.

Preparing for the winter

This variety has a good winter hardiness - maintains t -19 ° С. But in areas with fierce winters, it is still necessary to wrap a strawberry bed with hay or straw.

Strawberry Malvina in grooming and planting is no different from other varieties. The only drawback is considered low in comparison with the reference types of yield. However, the excellent taste properties compensate for this.

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