AbstractGlen Moy is similar in earliness to Glen Clova but superior in yield, fruit size, flavour and resistance to certain cane diseases. In trials at Dundee the fruit weight averaged 3.8 g, compared with 3 g for Glen Clova. Vegetative growth is vigorous; canes are susceptible to cane blight [Leptosphaeria coniothyrium]. Glen Prosen is late, with firm fruit suitable for long-distance transport and for processing. Fruits are slightly larger than those of Glen Clova. Vegetative vigour is moderate; the cv. is susceptible to the common cane diseases but moderately resistant to Botrytis [cinerea] fruit rot. Both cvs are resistant to the common strains of the virus vector Amphorophora idaei.