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Name:

Pollination group:

Rokewood

Other names: Bullock, Bullock's Seedling

Identification: Medium size, Round conic, sometimes cylindrical. The bas colour is green over which is a dull red blush on the sun exposed face. The eye is large and open, set in a somewhat deep and ribbed basin. The stem is medium stout and medium long, set in a somewhat deep, funnel shaped cavity which is usually lined with a greenish russet.

Characteristics: The flesh is greenish, very firm and crisp. Sweet.

Uses: Excellent in pies, jelly,. Also good for eating out of hand.

Origins: Originated in Rokewood, Victoria (Australia) during the mid?1800s.

Cultivation: Weakly vigorous.

Ploidism: Self sterile. Group B Day 6

12 weeks

Cold storage: Keeps three months.

Harvest: During the last half of the fourth period.

Status: apple

Pollination group: B

Pollination day: 6

Rokewood

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