A continuous, medium-growing variety with strong stems and branches. Fruit large, tall apple-shaped, slightly ribbed, thick fleshed and drooping. The berries are white when economically ripe (picking) and red when biologically ripe (fully ripe), weighing 60-90 g. They are early, sensitive to low light, suitable for propagation and for field cultivation. It has short taste buds, tolerates high temperatures well, and binds consistently and safely. It is best produced in a single or double cutting in the shoot, or unpruned in a cordon. In spring, 4 - 4,5 plants per cm are recommended for planting in spring, and 5 - 5,5 plants per cm for planting later (July). It has high yield potential, and a good yield can be expected with continuous water and nutrient supply (drip irrigation). Its thick flesh, excellent flavour, reliable pungency, extra yield size make it a popular variety for canneries and pickling plants (stuffed with cabbage).