Clone Number; ED 476
Origin; not enough data
Royalties/ Levies; not enough data
Yield; not enough data
Fruit use; dried
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Shelf-life; not enough data
Water requirements; water to a depth of 609mm every 14-21 days
Sun requirements; 6 to 8 hours per day
Chill hours; not enough data
Pruning; prune in early spring or summer on a dry day to prevent water-borne pathogens from infecting your trees. Prune only when absolutely necessary- such as to remove dead branches, diseased sections and to shape the tree in it's initial years. Apply a pruning paint to help seal the cut.
soil requirements; a well-draining soil type with a pH of 6 to 7 is best. Sandy or clay soils must be avoided at all costs.
Soil depth; at least 600mm is recommended
Fertiliser requirements; be careful not to over fertilise young trees. Trees less than 3 years old should be given minimal fertiliser. Trees older than 3 years can be given fertiliser after bud break. 10-10-10 fertilisers and zinc foliar sprays are best.
Pollination requirements;not enough data
Successful test-crosses; not enough data
Bloom time; not enough data
Harvest time; not enough data
Vigor; not enough data
Size and shape; not enough data
Tree age; will start fruiting around year 3 to 5.
Average life span; plums have a short life span in colder regions, but generally live for 15- 25 productive years depending on the rootstock used.
Susceptibility to pests and diseases; normal