Pomiferous

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Name:

Pollination group:

Cola

Identification: Small. Conic. Pale yellow skin, tough.

Characteristics: The flesh is sweet and aromatic.

Origins: Italy, 1900 pendici dell’Etna

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous, spur bearer. Ready for harvest at the end of the second period.

Ploidism: Self sterile. Group D. Day 15.

Type(s):

Pollination group: D

Pollination day: 15


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Associated apples:

Cola Gelata
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Type:

characteristics: The flesh is firm and very sweet.

Apples with a similar sounding name:

Cauley
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Type: Eating

characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, crisp and juicy. Often mild in flavour.

Synonyms: Cally, Colley

Cole
Cole
Type: Cooking

characteristics: The flesh is which, firm, juicy and sweet. Brisk.

Colley
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summary: not available

Coyle
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summary: from Botner list

Kidd's D-8
Kidd's D-8
Type: Culinary, Dessert, Eating

characteristics: Flesh is creamy white, somewhat grainy and firm. A crisp, juicy, sweet and sprightly apple which has considerable flavour typical of Cox's Orange Pippin when ...

Synonyms: Gala. Marketed as Kidd's Gala and Gala Delicious. Often called Royal Gala , however ...

Kelly#1
Kelly#1
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summary: not available

Kile
Kile
Type:

characteristics: juicy sweet aromatic. Keeps three months in cold storage.

Kola
Type: Ornamental

origins: Developed by Dr. Neils E. Hansen at the South Dakota Experiment Station in Brookings, South Dakota (U.S.A.) by crossing Elk River with Malus pumila Duchess. ...

Gala
Gala
Type: Dessert

summary: Please see Kidd's D-8

Gala 2013
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summary: A limb mutation of Kidd's D-8 found by A. Defranceschi at Terlan (Italy) in early 2000s. Solid red wash, no striping. Colours earlier than the parent.