A variety with large, very good looking and tasty fruits. It is characterized by rich yield and high resistance to most diseases as well as low temperatures resistance.
Fruiting time: Medium-late variety, usually fruits from mid-June to the beginning of July.
Size and shape of fruits: Large, attractive strawberries with a regular, conical to heart shapes. Red to dark red skin with a gloss.
Taste and firmness: Juicy, sweet and tasty pulp. Sufficiently firm; perfectly endures transport.
Productivity: Very productive, high yield.
Plant type: Moderately strong growth, not very compact.
Resistance: Pegasus is resistant to Verticillium wilt, phytophthora crown rot (Phytophthora cactorum), common leaf spot (mycosphaerella fragariae) and leaf scorch disease (diplocarpon earlianum) as well as powdery mildew (sphaerotheca macularis). Moderately resistance to gray mold (botrytis cinerea). Frost resistant.
Purpose: Good for retail sale, for processing and own needs.
Cultivation type: Recommended for growing cultivation, as well as in-home gardens.
*No further resale or reproduction (including for the own needs) of the Pegasus variety is allowed under the penalty of liability for damages to the owner of the variety (NIAB EMR). The plants can be used only for the production of fruit.