Pomiferous

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Pollination group:

Fuji

Synonyms: Tohoku 7, Tohoku Number Seven

Summary: Please see Tohoku 7

Ploidism: .

24 weeks

Specific gravity: 5.000

Harvest period: 5

Type(s): Dessert, Eating


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Associated apples:

4-23
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Type: Dessert

origins: Developed at the Aomori Apple Experiment Station in Aomori (Japan) from a cross of Fuji and Mahe 7. Released in 1975.

Akita Gold
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is yellowish. Fine-grained, crisp and very juicy. Sweet-tart and aromatic with hints of quince flavours.

Chitose Queen
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Type: Dessert

origins: Developed in Japane by private breeder T. Yamashita (1995) from an open pollinated Fuji. Released in 1995.

Gunma Meigetsu
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is white, fine-grained and dense, crunchy. Juicy and sweet with a slight sprightliness.

Synonyms: Gunmameigetsu

Hacnine
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is creamy yellow, fine textured and moderatedly firm. Very juicy, moderately sweet with just a touch of acidity. Tends to be very tart if not allowed ...

Synonyms: HAC9

Hida
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: sweet

Himekami
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured, juicy and sweet, slightly tart.

Hokuto
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured. and firm. Juicy, sweet-sharp.

Synonyms: Northern Star

Hozuri
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Type: Dessert

origins: An open pollinated Fuji developed at Japan's Fukushima Fruit Tree Experiment Station. Released in 1996.

Huashuai
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origins: Created at the Zhengzhou Fruit Research Institute, Henan Province (China) by crossing Fuji with Starkrimson (????aka Bisbee Red Delicious???) and introduced in ...

Hwahong
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origins: — Fuji x Seka Ichi, Institute of South Korea, Suwon City, South Korean, Inroduced, 1992

Iwakami
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is pale yellow. Juicy, sweet and aromatic. Sprightly. Keeps one month in cold storage.

Kitaro
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: Firm. Keeps well in cold storage

Kizashi
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is white. Juicy , acid. Does not keep well.

Nagano Apple No 10
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origins: — Fuji x Tsugaru, Nagano Fruit Tree Experiment Station, not named but patented in Japan

Natsunishiki
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: sweet

Nishina
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: coarse, acid

North Queen
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Type: Dessert

origins: Developed at Japan's Hokkaido Central Agricultural Experiment Station by crossing Fuji with Tsugaru. Released in 1989.

Senshu
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, crisp and firm. Juicy.

Synonyms: Sensyu, Senchu,

Shinano Sweet
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: Juicy, sweet.

Synonyms: Shinano

Shinsekai
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: Tends to be somewhat bitter if picked before fully ripe, but sweet when allowed to fully mature.

Slimred
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: small, juicy

Takashima
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: juicy, sweet

Apples with a similar sounding name:

Fuji 2001
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summary: not available

Fuji 216
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Type: Dessert

summary: Found in 1993 as a limb mutation by Grady Auvil in a block of T.A.C. 114 Fuji in his orchard in Kittitas County, Washington State (U.S.A). It produces brighter ...

Fuji 216
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summary: An early ripening mutation of Fuji found in 1993 by orchardist Grady Auvil in Washington (U.S.A.). Released in 1997. Biennial bearing with large fruit. ...

Synonyms: Marketed at Auvil Early Fuji. Often shortened to Early Fuji.