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Honeycrisp - Apple Varieties

Honeycrisp

Description This exceptional variety was developed from a Macoun x Honeygold cross at the University of Minnesota. The fruit is mostly orange-red with a yellow background. This crisp, juicy, sweet apple has a rich flavor that has made it #1 in taste panels. The fruit averages 3 inches and up, matures ten days before Red Delicious, has a two week harvest window and stores well. Outstanding winter hardiness gives this variety excellent potential for northern growing areas, particularly for roadside markets and pick-your-own operations.

Characteristics Bloom: Mid Season Maturity Date: September 10 Fruit Color: Red / / / Rating (1-9) 9 being the best. Size: 8 Keeping Qualities: 9 Resistance to Fire Blight: 5 Resistance to Apple Scab: 5

Pollination Information Honeycrisp blooms in mid-season and will pollinate all other early blooming apple varieties, varieties blooming in the middle of the season, and also varieties blooming late in the season.

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