Principal Investigator: Dr. Nicholi Vorsa
Named in honor of Irving Demoranville, this new cranberry variety is distinguished by significantly higher yields, higher anthocyanin content (red pigment), lower titratable acidity, and larger fruit size. It resulted from a cross made in 1988 at Chatsworth, NJ between 'Franklin' and 'Ben Lear', and was released in 2008.
Strengths & Qualities
- Early fruit color development
- Exceptional color, high fruit anthocyanin (red pigment) content
- Large fruit size
- High overall fruit quality
- Lower titratable acidity
- Demoranville® tested for consistent high yields in New Jersey and Wisconsin variety trials
- US Plant Patent No. PP18,911 issued June 10, 2008
- Cranberry variety named 'NJS98-35'
- Canadian Plant Breeders’ Rights Certificate 5553 issued October 5, 2017
- Registered Trademark in Canada
- Registered Trademark in Chile
- Registered Trademark in Peru
- All trademarks are registered and continue to be enforced
RU Grower Online Reporting App
Welcome to the Rutgers University Grower Online Reporting App!
To make it easier for our licensees to submit Annual Reports, Rutgers has developed this user-friendly online platform which will enable you to submit annual reports electronically. Once you create your account, your reports will be available for easy updates in future years. As always, the information provided is kept confidential.