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Admiral

Synonyms: Gloria, Togo of Upton

Identification: Medium tending to large size, intermediate conic. Base colour is greenish yellow over which are orange flushes predominently over the sun exposed face. Sparsely marked with broken stripes where the background colour shows through. Russet patches. The calyx is small and closed, set in a shallow, funnel shaped basin. The stem is medium length and somewhat slender in a medium deep, funnel shaped cavity.

Characteristics: The flesh is pale greenish, coarse grained, soft. Sweet and aromatic.

Uses: Intended to be eaten fresh.

Origins: Raised in 1921 by A.K Watson at Upton in Norfolk (U.K.) from a pips brought from Japan. Introduced on the market in 1937. Parentage unknown.

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous, upright-spreading spur bearer with a biennial tendency.

Ploidism: Diploid. Self sterile.

Harvest: Ready for harvest early in the fifth period.

Harvest period: 5

Type(s): Dessert, Eating

Pollination group: D

Pollination day: 13


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Associated apples:

Admiral
Admiral
Type: Dessert

summary: A Czech cultivar developed by crossing Mira with Bohemia. Released in 2012.

Synonyms: UEB 3824/1

Apples with a similar sounding name:

Admiral
Admiral
Type: Dessert

summary: A Czech cultivar developed by crossing Mira with Bohemia. Released in 2012.

Synonyms: UEB 3824/1