Alaska Pioneer Fruit Growers Association

The quest for new apple genes takes ARS plant explorers to Central Asia.

February 9, 1996

4 are crabapple types that aren’t suitable as eating apples.   Rather, the apples we eat today— Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, McIntosh, for example—and that make up the bulk of…

‘Summerred’ Apple: A Delightful Addition to ‘Chinese Golden Early’ and ‘Rescue’ Eating Applies for Southcentral Alaska

December 9, 1996

apple varieties (1).   The ‘Summerred’ apple originated at Summerland, British Columbia, having been selected in 1961 by K. O. Lapins from seedlings of open-pollinated ‘Summerland’ S-4-8. ‘Summeriand’ apple resulted…

Apple Allergies …

March 23, 0207

  From: apple-crop@virtualorchard.net [mailto:apple-crop@virtualorchard.net] On Behalf Of Jerry Frecon Subject: Apple-Crop: Spraying and food allergies   Although any child or adult could be allergic to any food, such as apples…

1991 APPLE TASTING RESULTS

October 28, 1991

as Summer Red. Very nice apple. Chinese Golden Early (Jay Dearborn): Earliest apple in Palmer (August 10). Small apples. Softer, sweeter. Geneva Early (?): Good Distinctive flavor, purplish blush. Falls…

Apples in Alaska

February 9, 1996

  CURTIS H. DEARBORN Research Horticulturist   Apples are not native to Alaska oven though there are areas along the coast with milder weather conditions than those where apples are…

APPLE GROWING NEAR EDMONTON, ALBERTA

December 9, 1999

Royal Gala. Excellent taste, and many folks are amazed an apple of this quality can be grown in Edmonton. Clair Lammers in Fairbanks is growing this apple, and may have…

Results of Fall Apple Tasting 1995

February 9, 1996

Root mvstery apple, Rescue (grown by Bradley), Adanak, Viking, 8th&M mystery crab, 8th&M mystery apple, Red Transparent.   4-5. “Anoka or Rescue”, Heyer 12,15th&I mystery apple, Summerred, Rescue (unknown grower),…

ANTIQUE COLD-HARDY APPLE VARIETIES IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND

February 9, 1994

between the first frost in September and the apple killing freeze in October. Over the past few years, my wife Lauren and I have visited several apple growers from northern…

RESULTS OF APPLE TASTING AT SEPTEMBER MEETING 1994

October 9, 1994

varieties, which were contributed by about half that many different growers. People also brought a variety of excellent apple pies, apple– and raspberry crisp, apple sauce, and cider. Eighteen people…

Nineteenth-Century Russian Apple Varieties in Alaska

February 9, 1996

1870 shipment greatly increased the depth of the apple’s gene pool in America, which up until then had been dominated by the English and French apples, and their offspring. The…

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