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SuncrispTM apple


Good looking yellow apple with a 0-40% orange-red blush. Flavor is sweet yet mildly subacid, said to be intense. Cream colored flesh, not prone to browning. Fruit can be stored up to 6 months in cold storage.


Visitor reviews

  • 04 Feb 2017  Ted S.,  PA, United States
    We have been pulling these out of the bottom drawer of the frig, and can't believe how good they are in February!
  • 06 Nov 2016  Kathy,  GREENWICH CT, United States
    Great surprise! Almost better than my all time favorite, golden delicious - the kind from a local farmer, not the grocery store
  • 22 Dec 2015  Robert Libkind,  PA, United States
    After a month or two in storage, first bite can sometimes put lemon forward. Developes nice sugar-acid balance in storage, just slightoy to the sweet side.
  • 19 Oct 2014  Douglas Nehlsen,  NEW JERSEY, United States
    Picked and ate my first today at a local farm. Best apple I ever had. Great for everything given it's flesh, texture and taste!
  • 04 Sep 2013  Chris,  PA/ADAMS, United States
    To me this is the best apple to pair with caramel! On a stick, or slice and dip!
  • 05 Nov 2012  Bev,  NEW MEXICO, United States
    Best variety I have ever tasted!!! Anyone know where I can buy a couple of suncrisp trees for my backyard?

Tree register

United States

Spring blossom records for this variety

2015 season

  • 19th April  2015  - tree owned by Gil in Snohomish, United States

2014 season

  • 29th April  2014  - tree owned by Matt in Reynoldsburg, United States

2013 season

  • May  2013  - tree owned by Matt in Reynoldsburg, United States

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Harvest records for this variety

2017 season

  • 2nd week October  2017  - tree owned by Wendy in Zionsville, United States

2015 season

  • 1st week November  2015  - tree owned by Gil in Snohomish, United States

2014 season

  • 2nd week October  2014  - tree owned by Matt in Reynoldsburg, United States

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: Golden Delicious x (Cortland x Cox)
  • Originates from: United States
  • Introduced: 1994
  • Developed by: New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1935

Growing

  • Cropping: Good
  • Flowering period: Mid season
  • Flowering group: 3
  • Fertility: Self-sterile
  • Ploidy: Diploid
  • Vigour: Average growth
  • Bearing regularity: Biennial tendency
  • Precocity: Precocious
  • Fruit bearing: Spur-bearer
  • General disease resistance: Average
  • Period of origin: 1950 - 1999

Also known as

  • NJ55

Parents and other ancestors of this variety



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References

  • Apples for the 21st Century
    Author: Manhart


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