BANNING RED FUJI (USPP 16,624 P2)

A new ‘Fuji’ apple variety distinguished by fruit with dark red striping over a lighter red ground color and with large average fruit size for a ‘Fuji’ apple tree.

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BENI SHOGUN (USPP 7997)

After testing many types of Fuji apples in the Pacific NW researchers recommend Beni Shogun. It has a beautiful red color and outstanding flavor and RIPENS ALMOST A MONTH BEFORE FUJI. It will thrive in much of the U.S. USDA Zones 5-9. It blooms mid-season.

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BLONDEE™ (USPP 19,007 MCLAUGHLIN CV)

A new variety for the early season, Blondee is being offered under license from International Plant Management. It is a yellow-skinned Gala-type apple, ripening approximately 5 days before traditional Gala. Fruit is very good for fresh eating, has a smooth finish and crunchy texture. Great choice for direct marketers looking for a yellow apple in this season. Keeps 2-3 months in regular storage.

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BUCKEYE® GALA (USPP 10,840)

Discovered as a sport of Imperial Gala at Peace Valley Orchards in Rogers, OH. Buckeye Gala is a highly colored sport of Gala, almost solid red with a deep burgundy stripe. The fruit matures with other Gala selections and is comparable in size, firmness and fruit quality.

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GRANNY SMITH

Granny Smith apples are light green in colour. They are crisp, juicy, tart apples which are excellent for eating raw and cooking.

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HONEYCRISP™ (USPP 7,197)

Honeycrisp is a moderately vigorous tree with a somewhat spreading growth habit. It appears to be well suited to a central leader training system, although the leader may require staking or some fruit removal due to early bearing. The tree is a reliable annual bearer and has shown good precocity on dwarf rootstock.

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