Santana CPRO

Parent
parents Elstar x Priscilla.

Origin
P.RI Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Growth
Medium-strong, fairly flat branch position; less head and shoot growth than Elstar.

Flowering
Flowers well, but not exuberantly, just before Golden Delicious. Flowers mainly on biennial wood, good cross-pollination is desirable. Good pollinators are Topaz and ornamental apples.

Production
Good, such as Elstar; little tendency to turn years.

Picking time
For short storage and a week after Elstar. For long storage a week before Elstar.

Appearance
Striped bright to dark red blush on a yellow-green background. The fruits color fairly easily and are quite large.

Quality
Hard, juicy and crispy fresh-sour apple with a good aroma.

Shelf life
Good, six months in combination with Elstar and Jonagold. For long ULO storage carbon dioxide as low as possible and never higher than 3%.

Particulars
Santana CPRO ® is scrap resistant (Vf), not very susceptible to fruit tree cancer, susceptible to mildew.

Remo

Parentage
James Grieve x BX 44.14

Growth
Slow to medium strong growing, forms of loose crown with thin, hanging fruit wood

Blossom
Early to medium early, high and regular, very low frost-sensitive, diploid, excellent pollinator. Good pollinators are Rewena, James Grieve, Idared, Golden, Pinova etc.

Picking season
Fruit ripe for picking: mid September; ripe for consumption: harvest until October.

Shape
Medium-sized, longish fruits, pear-shaped to medium bulbous, small calyx, deep voice deepening. Bright yellow-green, smooth fruit skin, 40–90% wine red, flamed body color; pruinose and meshed russet in parts.

Quality
Soft, cream-colored fruit pulp, fine-celled and juicy. S ourish, fruity aroma; best for apple strudel

Comments
Resistance to scab, fire blight and mildew

Rewena

Breeder
(Cox Orange x Oldenburg) x BX 44.14

Growth
Slow to medium strong growing, loosely branched, scaffold branches obliquely upright, later hanging, bears on the long (fruit) wood

Blossom
Medium late to late, high and regular, very low frost-sensitive, diploid, good pollinator. Good pollinators are Reglindis, Remo, Idared, Golden, Pilot, Pinova etc.

Picking season
Fruit ripe for picking: end of August, ripening somewhat later so that two or more picking actions are necessary; ripe for consumption: from harvest to early October

Shape
Medium to large, longish, pear-shaped to medium bulbous, ribbed, narrow calyx deepening with long stem, greenish fruit skin with grained, purple body color (up to 80%)

Quality
Soft up to medium firm (to the bite), fine -celled, juicy fruit pulp

Comments
Rewena is a multi-resistant winter apple variety with tart-sourish fruits for fresh consumption and processing into juice. It is suitable for commercial production, scattered fruit and private orcharding in integrated and organic farming methods.
Resistant to scab, fire blight and bacterial leaf blight, even in late frost regions it bears well, good storability, regular cutting back / cutting out is recommended. Rewena is also recommended for meadows with scattered fruit trees.

Opal

  • Flowering time: Mid season
  • Variety: Winter
  • Fruit weight: 150 g
  • Storage: until February
  • Note: resistant to scap and powdery mildew

Golden Delicious Reinders ®

Parentage
Reinders ® is a mutation or Golden Delicious.

Breeder
M.H. Reinders, Helden-Panningen, Netherlands.

Growth
medium; open tree.

Blossom
similar to Golden; good pollen; good pollinators are Braeburn, Cox, Delcorf, Elstar, Gala, Idared, Pinova, Santana.

Productivity
early, regular and very good; almost no alternance.

Picking season
end September – end October.

Shape
medium to good caliber (75 mm) quite homogeneous fruit; green-yellow, later yellow ;. higher percentage of smooth fruits as standard Golden Delicious.

Quality
good taste and aroma; medium firm, juicy, medium acide, later almost sweeter.

Preservation
in cold store until mid-January. In ULO cell till June.

Comments
Golden Del. ‘Reinders’ a mutation with a very high percentage of non-russet fruits.

Granny Smith

parents –

Origin
Random seedling, Australia 1850 Growth Very strong

Flowering
Early (2 to 4 days for Golden Delicious), good pollen quality.

Pollinators: Red Delicious, Fuji, Gala Golden Delicous, Idared.

Production
Average to high Picking time First half of October

Appearance
Completely green; lively green with the chance of becoming greenish yellow; very clear lenticels

Quality
White-greenish, hard flesh that is very crispy and very juicy.

Shelf life
90 to 120 days at 0 ° C to 2 ° C; 210 to 240 days in ULO. Acidity is dominant in the picking; the sweet-acid balance is formed during storage.

Topaz

Cross parents
Rubin x Vanda.

Origin
Strizovice, Czech Republic (Dr. Tupy).

Growth
Moderately strong, growing somewhat broadly. Good branch covering and fairly flat branching.

Flowering
Mid to late, diploid. Good pollinators are Rajka, Rosana, Santana and Goldstar.

Production
Early, regular and very good.

Picking time
End of September / beginning of October; a week for Golden Delicious.

Appearance
Medium-sized, flattened, spherical; smooth skin. Yellow-orange colored background with around 30 – 70% orange-red striped blush.

Quality
The taste is good, pleasantly sweet and sour with a lot of aroma. The flesh is yellow, fine-textured, fresh, juicy and firm.

Shelf life
Can be stored at least until April with a long shelf life .

Particulars
Topaz is scrap resistant and very tolerant to mildew. So far no turn year sensitivity. The skin becomes a little greasy after cooling. Some sensitive to pink apple aphid and stem rot.

KIKU ® 8 Fubrax (S)

Parentage
Mutation of Fuji.

Breeder
selected by Alois Braun at Miura / Aomori in Japan.

Growth
vigorous, open tree.

Blossom
late, 2 days after Golden Delicious; very frost resistant; good pollinators are Gala, Golden Delicious, Idared.

Productivity
good and high.

Picking season
mid October; very good coloring.

Shape
caliber 75-80 mm; striped with a red-pink blush over a green-yellow background; very light russet.

Quality
very aromatic, crispy, juicy and sweet.

Preservation
very good keeper and a long shelf life.

Comments
good fertilizing and pruning is necessary to avoid alternance.

Elshof CPRO®

Parentage
‘Elshof’ is a color mutation of Elstar.

Breeder
F.J. Elshof, Zeewolde, Netherlands.

Growth
strong; good thinning is necessary.

Blossom
mid-season; good pollen; diploid; good pollinators are Braeburn, Cox, Delcorf, Gala, Golden Delicious, Idared, Pinova, Santana, Topaz.

Productivity
early, and good; moderately susceptable to alternance.

Picking season
from the second week or September until the end of September.

Shape
small, round; dark even red color.

Quality
excellent taste with a characteristic aroma; cream-white flesh; firm and juicy.

Preservation
until April; shelf life is good.