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Synonyms: Verite

Identification: Small, round to round flattened. The base colour is green over which is a maroon blush on the sun exposed surface. Small, tan lenticels. The calyx is large and fully open, set in a deep and narrow basin which has thin streaks of russet. The stem is very short and stout, set in a narrow and shallow cavity which is surrounded by russet.

Characteristics: The flesh is greenish white, crisp and firm. Somewhat sweet, tart. Very fruity.

Origins: France, recorded in 1876/ Ile-de-France (France)

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous, spreading.

Ploidism: Diploid. Self sterile.

20 weeks

Cold storage: Up to five months

Harvest: In the last half of the fourth period.

Harvest period: 4

Type(s): Cider

Pollination group: G

Pollination day: 26


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origins: Ben Davis crossed with pollen fromJonathan, Missouri Agriculture Experiment Station, Mount Grove, Missouri (USA) introduced, 1935


origins: — Calville St. SauveurÕ x unnamed local seedling, 1939, by Chanan Oppenheimer, Agriculture Research Station, Division Subtkropical Horticulture, Natioal and ...

V rit
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Type: Cider

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