Raspberry ‘Alba’ (Rubus Leucodermis) is a plant native of continental Europe and Asia Minor. The European raspberry is a bushy plant, formed by numerous shoots two-year arising from the roots, so there is a continuous renewal of the bush that expands in width. The suckers, supplied green-clear epidermis, are long up to 2 m. The main roots are rhizomatous and stubby, while the secondary ones are superficial and collated. The leaves are deciduous, consisting of 3-5 oval leaves, dark green and serrated margins.
The fruit of Rubus Leucodermis generally is dark, this vareta ‘alba’ the fruits are yellow medium / large size, the flavor is delicate and fruity.
The raspberry is composed of 80% water, from 10% from carbohydrates, from 5% by fibers, 1.2% from proteins, sugars, and ash, in a small percentage, (0.6%) from fat.
MINERAL SALTS – magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese, copper and calcium.
KETONE – stimulates the production of adiponectin, a hormone that acts on the metabolism and causes the body to burn fat for energy.
The Raspberry prefers a sunny or half-sunny, fits well in all types of terrain.
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