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Pollination group:

Byfleet Seedling

Identification: Large, round to round conic. Yellowish?green skinis flushed red on the sun exposed face. The eye is medium size and open, set in a medium deep and wide basin. The stem is long and slender, set in a shallow, wide, lightly russeted cavity.

Characteristics: The flesh is white, firm. Juicey, sharp and aromatic.

Uses: Cooking apple.

Origins: Surrey UK 1915 Raised in 1915 by George Carpenter, head gardener at West Hall, Byfleet Bramley s Seedling x Lane s Prince Albert, George Carpenter, head gardener, West Hall Byfleet, Surrey, England, introduced, 1915

Cultivation: Vigorous, upright spreading spur bearer. Ready for harvest in the early part of the second period.

Diseases: Susc

Ploidism: Self sterile. Group C. Day 10.

12 weeks

Cold storage: Keeps up to three months.

Harvest: Starting in the early part of the fourth period.

Harvest period: 4

Status: apple

Pollination group: C

Pollination day: 10