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Pollination group:

Mountain Boomer

Synonyms: Mount Boomer, Seek No Further (this is also the name attributed to another variety).

Identification: Large to very large. The skin is pale green yellow, sometimes with a red blush on the sun exposed face.

Characteristics: Firm, juicy with a mild flavour.

Uses: Cooking and baking.

Origins: First described in 1900 by the Virginia State Horticultural Society. Not widely distributed, the apple was most popular in Tennessee and Kentucky in the early part of the 1900s.

Ploidism: Self sterile.

Status: apple

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