ACCESSION NO.: 21532
Clonal selection by Professor F. Osvald, Hop Research Institute
Zatec (Saaz), Czechoslovakia in the 1950's
Saazer Osvald clone 72C, probably identical to the original
Saazer (USDA 21077)
Unknown, Czechoslovakian landrace grown in that country since the
SITE: USDA-ARS World Hop Cultivar Collection, OSU East Farm,
RECEIVED: Spring 1988 (from Ing. Robert Kellner, Zatec,
No restrictions, commercial cultivar
USDA Annual Report and Data Summary of Hop Investigations 1988,
p. 33 (Table 3).
Vaclav. Hop Production. Developments in Crop Science 16. Elsevier
Publishing Company, Amsterdam/New York/Tokyo. 1991. p. 77.
R.A. Hops. Chapman and Hall Publishing Co. London, New York. 1991. p.
COLOR: Medium green
Downy Mildew: tolerant to moderately resistant
wilt: unknown, probably tolerant
infected with Prunus Necrotic Ring spot, Apple Mosaic, Hop Mosaic and
Hop Latent Virus
Poor, especially in early spring when sleepers (lack of re
growth) are common
Poor, less than 800 lbs/acre under commercial conditions
LENGTH: 6-10 inches; plants frequently fail to reach the top of
the trellis (18 ft)
STABILITY: Fair to good
0.5-0.8 ml/100 g
TRAITS: Pleasant "noble" aroma suited for production of
super premium beers.
OTHER INFORMATION: Major export hop for Czechoslovakia; well regarded on world hop markets and traded at very high prices, probably related to availability. Imported to the United States for production of super premium beers; probably identical to USDA 21525 and other Saazer clones that are grown commercially in Czechoslovakia, such as Aromat, Sirem, Lucan, Blato, Zlatan, and others. A heat-treated clone (USDA 21538) is grown commercially in northern Idaho.
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