They are longish, black berries that have glossy skin that dulls as it ripens.
Kotata Berries are firm with small seeds.
The bushes produce high yields.
Kotata berries are grown in Oregon and are often just sold as “black berries.”
Good for canning.
Kotata berries were developed from a cross made by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Oregon State University. They were released in 1984.