|Breeder, Place||selection of an old variety, origin in the middle of Europe|
|Type, Selection||HR 4: in Rheinhessen selected|
|Property rights||free variety|
|Blooming date||medium early, long blossom period, not susceptible to chilly weather conditions|
|Fertility||self-fertile, good pollinator|
|Ripening time||5. cherry week|
|Scale, shape||23-26 mm, obloid|
|Fruit flesh||dark red, soft to medium firm, very juicy, juice heavily stained|
|Stalk detachment||very good, dry removing|
|Vigour||medium strong, upright with good branching, less blind wood production|
|Crop load||from an early age high and regular|
The commercial value of this variety is high because of its early ripening time, high versatility and suitability for mechanical harvest. The susceptibility to Monilia is average. Heimans Rubin should be planted on very dry and warm sites, because of its susceptibility to bacterial canker infection in cool and humid areas.
The sensitivity to the Stecklenberger disease of cherry (PNRSV) must be taken into account when selecting the location.