McIntosh x Newton Pippin; Developed at the British Columbia Station. Introduced 1936. Harvest: between Cortland and Jonagold; Season: October-December Description: Beautiful medium size dark red almost mahogany dessert quality apple. Pure white flesh, crisp sweet with some acidity. Firmer than McIntosh. Highly aromatic fine flavor. Tree Characteristics: Precocious and consistently heavy bearer. Susceptible to premature drop. Resistant to scab, mildew and fire blight. Reported hardy through zone 3. First apple variety created by the modern university breeding programs.
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