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About this Pixie Crunch Apple tree

Owner: Jason

Location:  SAN DIEGO, CA, United States


Age: Planted in about 2015
Soil characteristics at this location: Heavy 
Climate at this location: Mediterranean climate
Pruning: Yes, winter pruning.
Age of this tree: Not sure
Tree form: Central leader (widest at bottom)
Height: Up to 6ft / 2m
Cropping: Not specified
Growth characteristics: This tree grows easily here
Herbicides: Manual treatment (hoeing and weeding)
Pesticides: Un-treated


Season records for this tree

Season Blossom date Picking date / Yield Size Season notes
2017
2.5m / 8.3ft high
1.5m / 5.0ft 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
Tree continues to put out some impressive growth. Pixie Crunch has flowered almost continuously through the end of July. I know have about 10 or so apples at various stages of development (small grape sized to small plum sized fruit.)
2016 15 May
0kg / 0lbs 2.0m / 6.7ft high
1.5m / 5.0ft 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
Experienced second bloom in May, first bloom was in February. Several fruit set at that point, all but one pinched. Picked this last one too early, very dense and not sweet.
2015
0kg / 0lbs 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
Received winter of 2015 as a 2-3 year bare-root tree, about 3-4 feet in height. The tree has grown significantly and has developed many branches which must be trimmed back this winter. Hoping for my first harvest this coming year!
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