[nafex] apple ID

Claude Jolicoeur cjoli at gmc.ulaval.ca
Fri Sep 28 16:44:07 EDT 2001

The Macoun is from a cross made in 1909, only 4 years after publication of
"Apples of NY". 
Jersey Black is also mentioned by Morgan & Richards "The book of Apples" :
presumably arose in N.Jersey, recorded in 1817 by Coxe as "Black Apple".
This would indicate that it is still kept alive at the Brogdale Hort. Trust
in England.

A 10:47 01.09.28 +0000, vous avez écrit :
>I am pretty sure it is listed in Beach or at least by Hendricks and doubt
if it is European, will try to get into the books over the weekend

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