ACCESSION NO.: 21533
Clonal selection No. 118 from the variety Zatecky krajovy made at
the Hop Research Institute Zatec in Czechoslovakia in 1976
Zlatan (probably closely related to Saazer, USDA 21077)
Unknown, probably closely related to Saazer
SITE: USDA-ARS World Hop Cultivar Collection, OSU East Farm,
Hop Research Institute Zatec, Czechoslovakia
RECEIVED: November 23, 1988
USDA Annual Report of Hop Investigations for 1988, p. 33.
Vaclav. Hop Production (Developments in Crop Science 16). Elsevier
Publishing Company, Amsterdam, New York. 1991. pp. 77-78.
COLOR: Dark green
Downy Mildew: moderately susceptible
infected with all 5 major hop viruses
Poor; plants normally do not reach the top wire (18 ft.)
Very poor (about 200 lbs/acre in Oregon nursery plots; higher in
Czechoslovakia where it is better adapted)
LENGTH: 6-10 inches
21%; colupulone 39%
STABILITY: Unknown, probably similar to Saazer (USDA 21077)
Unknown, probably similar to Saazer
TRAITS: Pleasant noble aroma, suitable for production of
super-premium beers; mild bitterness
OTHER INFORMATION: Grown commercially only in Czechoslovakia since the mid-1970's. Phenotype very similar to Saazer; best suited for medium heavy to heavy soils with ample moisture supply. Like all Saazer types it has reddish stems.