Pomiferous

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G n ral
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Type: cider
G n reuse de Vitry
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Type: cider
G rard
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Type: cider
G te de Maure
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Type: apple

Origins: Fruits de Bretagne (France)

Gabalva
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, sof. Somewhat dry and spicy.

Gabiola
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is greenish, firm. Very sharp.

Gable
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Type: apple
Gagnevin
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Type: cider

Synonyms: Galvin

Gala
Type: dessert

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 tr ...

Synonyms: Originally named Kidd's D-8 and subsequently marketed as Kidd's Gala and Gala De ...

Gala Decarli
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of Gala.

Gala Must
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Type: dessert

Summary: Found as a limb mutation in 1983 in Hastings (New Zealand) on a Gala. It is uniform bright red with no striping.

Synonyms: Regal Prince

Gala Red Number 42
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of Gala.

Gala Supreme
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Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured and resists browning when exposed to air. Firm, coarse-grained and crisp. Moderately juicy, sweet with a bit of tartness. Tends to b ...

Synonyms: GalaSupreme

Galamac
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Type: apple

Origins: This is as yet non?trademarked variety is an early apple that is a hybrid of ÔJerseymacÕ x ÔGala.Õ ÔGalmacÕ is a product of the Swiss breeding program.

Galarina
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Type: dessert

Characteristics: The yellowish-white (sometimes with red tinges close to the skin) flesh is crisp, firm and juicy. Aromatic and somewhat tart. resists browning for several hour ...

Galatine
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is pale yellowish, somewhat soft. Juicy, sharp with a lemony aroma. Keeps three months in cold storage.

Galaval
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Type: dessert

Summary: A whole tree mutation of Galaxy Gala discovered at Corze, Loire Valley (France) in 2002. Small to medium size, intensely dark purple brown with no visible strip ...

Galaxy Gala
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of the Royal Gala discovered in 1985 at Hawkes Bay (New Zealand) and subsequently patented by Ken Kiddle of Hastings (New Zealand). Solid maroon colo ...

Synonyms: Stark Galaxy Gala, Kiddle

Gale Gala
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Type: dessert

Summary: Found as a whole tree mutation in 1991 by Wallace Gale in his orchard near Malaga, Washington (USA). The fruit is almost completely washed red with a deep ox-bl ...

Synonyms: Malaga

Galer
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Type: apple

Origins: — Red DeliciousÕ x ÔSpitzenburg,Õ Walter Galer, Hood River, Oregon, USA, introduced, 1951

Galeuse
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, firm. Juicy, moderately sweet, aromatic. Keeps ups to five months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Pigeonnet d'Armor.

Gallopina
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Type: apple
Galloway Pippin
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Type: apple

Characteristics: Flesh is creamy white, firm, coarse textured, crisp and juicy. Brisk and reminiscent of white wine. Keeps for two months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Croft?en?Reich

Galmac
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is white, crunchy and firm. Sweet tart and aromatic.

Galop d’Hiver
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Type: apple

Origins: Fruits de Basse?Normandie (France)

Galopin
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Type: apple
Galopin
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Type: cider

Origins: Baons?le?Comte vers 1830

Synonyms: Petite Douce rousse

Galopin Rouge
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Type: cider
Galton
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is ????????? and soft. Sweet. Keeps two months in cold storage but tends to deteriorate fairly quickly thereafter.