Apple varieties

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Mutant of Fuji created by Thomas Braun in Süd-Tirol (IT). Late blossom time, highly frost-resistant. Ruby red stripes, glossy fruit. Sweet, crunchy fruit. Harvesting season: mid-October. Keeps well.
South-African origin. Variety discovered by Buks Nell. Mid-season to late blossom. Dark red and elongated fruit. Crispy and sweet apple. Harvesting season: mid- September and long storage life.
Striped mutant hails from the south of France. Harvesting season: second week of September. Keeps well.
Gala Magma® is a Gala mutant and was discovered by Reinhard Lang in Austria. The growth of Gala Magma® is medium strong and similar to other Gala mutants. Gala Magma® has a very early colouring and ripens one week earlier than Gala Must. The Gala Magma® has an intense bright and dark red striped colour covering the entire fruit. Just 3% of the fruit shows less red colouration. The colouring of Gala Magma® is very stable and this variety has little or no regression. The flowering time of Gala Magma® is medium-late and therefor similar to other Gala mutants. Gala Magma® is an aromatically sweet apple having soft yellow and very juicy flesh. The hardness of this apple is 8,9 kg/cm², the sugar level is 12,1° Brix and the acidity is 4,4 g/l. The storage capacity is similar to other Gala mutants.
Dark red unstriped Gala. Mutant from Gala Schniga®. Harvesting season: early September.
Medium-sized, dark red apple. Red around the entire fruit. Harvesting season: early September. Mid-season blossom time. Mutant of Gala Schniga®Schnitzer.
Very productive dark red to purplish red ware apple. Moderate to fairly good crispy-tart flavour. Harvesting season: late September to early October. Will keep as far as late May.