DESCRIPTIONMucurines - this gooseberry is an excellent, very fertile variety, which is recommended for amateur gardeners and commercial cultivation. It has big green, fruits which turn greenish-yellow when fully ripe fruit. Their flesh is sweet/sour, and delicious in taste.
ADVICESThe shrub is best planted in a sunny position, in a moderately moist and fertile soil. The optimum pH is in the range of 5,5-6,2.
Shrubs that are planted in the autumn should be pruned the following spring, and if planted in the spring - should be pruned immediately after planting. Make the first cut above the second or third bud eye that is outward facing. In the middle of the fruiting season the shrub needs thinning. Remove five and six year old stems. It is recommended that the shrub consists of a maximum of 12 main shoots. The crown should be relatively open. To ensure fertilization it is recommended to use compost or mineral fertilizers. Nitrogen fertilizer should be used in early spring, and potassium and phosphorus in the autumn. In dry years, the bush requires regular watering. The plant has a high resistance to American gooseberry mildew.