Panon is variety bearing high yield, with durable, firm, large fruit.
Fruiting time: Late variety, usually fruits from the end of June, to the 3rd decade (3rd week) of July.
Plant: characterized by moderately intensive and intensive growth, reasonably compact habit. It blooms profusely. Flowers hidden under leaves. Male-sterile flowers. Very high yield.
Fruiting time: Big, heart-, ball- and cone-shaped. Firm, orange-red, with a slightly lighter tip, glossy. Very durable.
Resistance: Fruit is not sensitive to grey mould (botrytis cinerea). The variety shows high resistance to powdery mildew (sphaerotheca macularis ), common leaf spot (mycosphaerella fragariae) and verticillium wilt (verticillium dahliae). It is moderately susceptible to leaf scorch (diplocarpon earlianum). Resistant to frost.
Application: recommended both for cultivation at plantations, home gardens and allotments.
Other: To obtain high yield, the variety needs a pollinator (Male-sterile flowers), that is variety blooming at the same time.
The Panon variety is protected by an exclusive variety right. It illegal reproduction (including for the own needs), sale without the consent of the owner of this variety (Research Institute of Horticulture in Skierniewice) granted in the form of a license agreement constitutes an offence. The plants can be used only for the production of fruit.