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Apple
Braeburn 

 

 

 

 
SummaryBraeburn was the first of the new wave of bi-colored supermarket apple varieties, and re-established the importance of flavor in commercial apples.




Identification

Braeburn




Fruit colour




Flesh colourWhite to Cream, pale yellow




Fruit sizeMedium




Fruit shapeConical




Using

Braeburn




FlavorVery good




Flavour styleSharper




Ripening period




Use/Keeping3 months or more




Cooking result




Growing

Braeburn




Picking




Cropping




VigourAverage growth




PollinationFlowering group 4
Self-fertile
Gardening skillAverage




ProblemsScab - Some susceptibility
Mildew - Some susceptibility
Fireblight - Some susceptibility
Woolly aphid - Some susceptibility
Cedar apple rust - Very susceptible

Other

Braeburn




Country of originNew Zealand




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