However, depending on the variety, there may be more acidity in the berries. And now there are many varieties of yoshta. It is not surprising that Yoshta has German roots in the name, because the breeder, together from the then Germany, Rudolf Bauer, brought her back in the 1970s. Then his compatriot H. Murawski bred the varieties "Jochemina", "John", "Moro". After that, new hybrids appeared in other countries. Yoshta came to Ukraine not so long ago, but has already managed to get a local name in some places. In the Cherkasy region, for example, this plant is called Bemberts. Now yoshta saplings can be purchased all over Ukraine. The price, as always, depends on the variety and age of the seedlings. As for the price of the berries themselves, this year the markets ask for a kilogram of yoshta from 40 hryvnia. The price is noticeably higher than that of gooseberries or currants, but the demand for new berries is considerable. Read also: Dovcha and Gura - a mysterious and at the ...
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