Josta seedlings (thorny gooseberries) were created by crossing gooseberries and black currants. I prefer oval fruits weighing about 3 grams that have a sour taste and the fruits can be eaten fresh. The fruits are picked in the first half of July. It is very rich in vitamin C and many other vitamins and minerals. It begins to give birth in the third year. It can be grown on all types of soil, it is resistant to all types of diseases and low temperatures. The fruit is still used in the treatment of anemia, to detoxify the body, improve immunity and can also be used to make jams, juices, wine. Planting density 3 m x 1.5 m.