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Haralred® apple


Selection of Red Haralson. Earlier, redder, and sweeter, without the common russeting problem many Haralsons have. Juicy, tart, firm flesh. Good keeper. Haralred is the tradename, the variety name is Lautz.


Visitor reviews

  • 29 Aug 2018  Gordon,  SD, United States
    I planted my Haral Red in the spring of 2016. It has about 70 large half red hald green apples on it today. They are baseball size. Very sweet and tart. I am wondering what they will taste like after a frost.
  • 17 Nov 2017  Jamie,  MINNESOTA, United States
    Our Haralred tree is about 8 years old and bore a good crop of apples this year. Our location is borderline zone 2/3 in north central Minnesota. Beautiful tree, fruit excellent for pies, and we wait till just before a freeze to harvest - after several light frosts.
  • 06 Jul 2014  Jennifer Barker,  OR, United States
    Haralred ripens late fall here in the coldest place in Oregon. The apples are pretty small (2.5-3"), but that is because we have a very short season. They are too tart to eat when harvested (before the really, really hard freezes in late October), but sweeten up beautifully after about a month in storage, and keep till the following June. The flavor is intense sweet-tart.
  • 19 Jul 2011  Linda Lewis,  TENNESSEE, United States
    I was born and raised in MN. I bought a dwarf tree in MN and brought it down to TN in 1996 or 1997. It is a wonderful all around apple. Excellent for pies, and I am sure for sauces, canning etc. (I have never canned apples here in TN - but back home in MN I canned applesauce and this would make a great sauce. Wonderfully tart and very flavorful in pies, my friends love the pies.

Tree register

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Spring blossom records for this variety

2018 season

  • 20th May  2018  - tree owned by Kurt in Ladysmith, United States
  • May  2018  - tree owned by Anna in Goodview, United States

2015 season

  • 27th May  2015  - tree owned by Lance in Canyon City, United States

2014 season

  • 30th May  2014  - tree owned by Lance in Canyon City, United States

2012 season

  • 4th June  2012  - tree owned by Lance in Canyon City, United States
  • 20th April  2012  - tree owned by Chuck in Worthington, United States

2011 season

  • 1st July  2011  - tree owned by Lance in Canyon City, United States

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Harvest records for this variety

2013 season

  • September  2013  - tree owned by Kevin in Idaho Falls, United States

2011 season

  • 1st week October  2011  - tree owned by Lance in Canyon City, United States

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: A sport of Red Haralson
  • Originates from: La Crescent, Minnesota, United States
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1724

Using

  • Uses: Eat fresh

Growing

  • Flowering period: Mid-Late season
  • Flowering group: 4
  • Fertility: Self-sterile
  • Ploidy: Diploid
  • Vigour: Slightly small
  • Bearing regularity: Biennial tendency
  • Precocity: Precocious

Diseases

  • Mildew  - Very resistant
  • Fireblight  - Very resistant
  • Cedar apple rust  - Some resistance


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References

  • Apples for the 21st Century
    Author: Manhart


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