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Grafted Apples


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Most disease resistant apple ever developed. Medium to large, bright, shiny, McIntosh type fruit with 90% red blush. Crisp, juicy, light yellow flesh. Sprightly flavor. Good for eating fresh, cooking, canning, or desserts. Stores until February. Flavor intensifies in storage. Hardy, spreading, vigorous, heavily spurred, productive tree; annual bearer. Sets heavy fruit loads, resulting in small fruit; requires thinning. Resistant to scab, fire blight, mildew and cedar-apple rust. No spraying needed. Ripens early October. Requires 800 hours of chilling. Hardy in Zones 4-8. Released from the New York Station in 1978.

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