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Maréchal Foch  (originally known as 188.2 Kuhlmann)

Mother: 101-14
Father: Goldriesling

A red Piwi/disease-resistant variety.

Year of breeding: 
Country of origin: France
Breeder/License holder: Eugène Kuhlmann, Institut Oberlin, Colmar, Alsace
Number of clones: 0

Area planted in Germany in : none
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Strength of growth: medium to strong
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Flowering strength: good

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Susceptibility to - Oidium: good          - Peronospora: good
                       - Botrytis:                 - Roter Brenner: 
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Winter Pruning:      eyes/buds per sq. metre of land occupied by the plant.

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