A variety with aromatic fruits and juicy, red pulp. For years, one of the best varieties for processing (frozen and preserves). Great for consumption when fresh. Yields richly.
Fruiting time: Medium-late variety, usually fruits from mid-June to the beginning of July, 2-3 days after Polka.
Size and shape of fruits: Large (shrink over time) fruits, dark red skin with gloss. Regularly conical, narrowing at the stem. The stem can be very easily separated from the fruit.
Taste and firmness: Dark red pulp, medium firm, juicy, very aromatic and delicious. Not able to tolerate long storage and transportation time.
Productivity: High yield.
Plant type: Senga Sengana has moderately strong growth, slightly wide.
Resistance: Very resistant to root system diseases, to strawberry crimp nematodes (aphelenchoides fragariae) as well as resistant to frost and drought. Have to be protected against common leaf spot (mycosphaerella fragariae), gray mold (botrytis cinerea) and the cyclamen mite (phytonemus pallidus).
Purpose: A variety for processing, excellent for preserves and when frozen.
Cultivation type: Basic variety for processing. Excellent in both commercial and amateur cultivation.