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About this Pinova Apple tree
CAMBRIDGE, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Good resistance to diseases.
Poor resistance to pests. Particularly a favourite of sawfly and codling maggots.
Very unusual "savoury" flavour.
I only keep mine (as a cordon) because it seems to attract the maggots, which seem to draw the maggots away from my other trees.
I cut the "maggot-holed" fruits into four, discard the quarter with the hole in it, then scoop-out the maggoty core from the other quarters. The flesh remains edible since the maggots eat the pips and not much of the flesh.
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