tortrix moth damage to leaves in autumn, aphids in early summer
Season records for this tree
2.0m / 6.7ft high 1.0m / 3.3ft wide Canker: Not present Scab: Not present Mildew: Not present Fireblight: Not present Cedar-apple rust: Not present Woolly aphid: Not present Codling moth: Not present Plum fruit moth: Not present Silverleaf: Not present Very cold and windy spring.early summer. Flowered later than Red Windor - its pollinator, and had fewer
flowers. Produced a good crop of large apples in /august and july. Red windsor apples much smaller and ripened later sept/oct.
Had to spray against aphids in the spring/ early summer.
Harvest: 4th week August 1kg / 2lbs
1.5m / 5.0ft high 1.0m / 3.3ft wide Canker: Not present Scab: Not present Mildew: Not present Fireblight: Not present Cedar-apple rust: Not present Woolly aphid: Not present This tree was planted as 2 year old bush in autumn 2013. Despite being flooded with sea water 1 metre deep last winter and being lashed by salty winds it has produced a crop of tasty apples, whereas the Red Windsor has not managed to hang on to a single apple.
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