Nectarine Tree named 'Amoore Sweet' (A-765)

Description:

Amoore Sweet

Date of Release - 2012; plant patent applied for.

Type - Yellow, non-melting flesh, clingstone.

Fruit Maturity Date – July 6 average first ripe date, 5 days after ‘Bradley’ and near ‘Bowden’.

Fruit Size – Medium-large; 145 grams average; similar to ‘Bradley’ Skin Color – 78% of surface covered in red blush over a yellow-orange ground color.

Flavor, Sweetness – unique low-acid flavor described by some to be “mango-like” and very sweet, averaging 15.2% soluble solids.

Fruit Firmness – Very firm, non-melting type.

Bloom Date – March 22 average full bloom.

Bacterial Spot Resistance - Moderate resistance, occasionally seen on leaves but no economic damage on fruits. 

Comments - Amoore Sweet is an early-midseason, high-yielding, yellow, low acid, very sweet, clingstone, firm-fleshed, nectarine with good storage potential and bacterial spot resistance.

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Patent Information:
App Type Country Serial No. Patent No. File Date Issued Date Expire Date
Plant United States 13/998,201 PP26,367 10/10/2013 2/2/2016 12/22/2033
Category(s):
Fruit Crops
For Information, Contact:
Sarah O'Brien
Intellectual Property Manager
University of Arkansas TCO
479-575-2608
saobrien@uark.edu
Inventors:
John Clark
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