||Polish variety, protected, origin Ojebyn x Ceres. Variety bred by Institute of Pomology and Floriculture in Skierniewice.
||Shrubs with an average power of growth, compact habit, with a tendency to spread itself. Shoots of medium thickness, nany growing at the base of the shrub. Leaves small, light green, three flaps, with explicit center flap. Shrubs meets the requirements for combine harvesting
||Fruits are medium and large, high processing suitability for concentrates and juices (high extract, ascorbic acid and anthocyanins)
||Mid-early season ripening variety, fruit ripens 2-4 days earlier than variety Ben Lomond
|Sensitivity to frost:
||Plants are resistant to frost
|Susceptibility to diseases:
||Variety is characterized by high, field resistance to powdery mildew and white pine blister rust, and the average susceptibility to leaf drop
|Usefulness of the variety:
||‘Ores is a valuable new blackcurrant variety, the fruit is suitable for processing and freezing. Due to the high yield and resistance of plants to fungal diseases of leaves and stems, high resistance to gall mite can be recommended for traditional commodity crops, integrated production and amateur production.