[nafex] Advice on disease resistant apples for Charlotte NC
fuwa fuwa usagi
fuwafuwausagi at muchomail.com
Sat Apr 30 23:57:52 EDT 2016
Thanks Lucky, much appreciated.
--- lpittman at murraystate.edu wrote:
From: Louis Pittman <lpittman at murraystate.edu>
To: fuwafuwausagi at muchomail.com, mailing list at ibiblio - Northamerican Allied Fruit Experimenters <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Subject: Re: [nafex] Advice on disease resistant apples for Charlotte NC
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2016 22:12:07 -0500
Consider MonArk in the early-season category. Product of U.of Ark.
breeding program. Good disease resistance.
Ripe here in southern west-central KY in early to mid-July. Big
red-over-green apple with crisp subacid white flesh. Good for fresh
eating, excellent for cooking, drying.
Unlike many early varieties, will keep for 6 wks or more under
Requires repeated picking or stop-drop application... so, in my mind, great
for a home orchard, as they're not all ripe at the same time.
Charlotte, at Vintage Virginia Apples, had nothing but high praise for it
On Sat, Apr 30, 2016 at 6:04 PM, fuwa fuwa usagi <
fuwafuwausagi at muchomail.com> wrote:
> I have a growing handful of friends in and around Charlotte NC.
> They have expressed some interest in dwarf apple trees and I am not sure
> what disease varieties would perform well there.
> I am thinking along the lines of early, mid-early, mid and late.
> So perhaps Williams Pride, Dayton, Liberty, Gold Rush? I just have no
> idea how any varieties will taste in that area. For example I suspect
> Liberty may not develop flavor without cool nights but I also here it does
> well in warmer climates.
> Advice much appreciated.
> the fluffy one
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