Apple planting material

Apple trees

Karel Fleuren, the father of the present owner,  invented during 1970 the “Kniptree”. Deers in the forest had eaten the tips of the trees which started to regrow. It  appeared that the new branches were more horizontal in the shape which are required for intensive apple cultivation. Nowadays, Fleuren is leading in Smart growing technologies and collaborates with different leading breeding programmes, like Fresh Forward producing organic, tasty and good storable apple varieties.

 


 

 

SANTANA CPRO

Flowering time: early-middle
Picking season: for long storage 1 week before Elstar.
Fruit weight: 250 g
Storage: until March
Note: variety immune to scab, resistant, hypoallergenic

 

 

REMO

Flowering time: early-middle
Picking season: Fruit ripe for picking: mid September; ripe for consumption: harvest until October.
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: stored until November
Note: immune apple cultivar well suited for organic gardening and processing

 

 

APORO-MARIRI-RED

Flowering time: medium late
Picking time: Early October
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: until June in ULO
Note: the variety is not susceptible to biannual fruiting

 

 

OPAL

Flowering time: middle
Picking season: end September - end October.
Fruit weight: 150 g
Storage: until February
Note: resistant to scab and powdery mildew

 

 

 

GOLDEN DELICIOUS REINDERS®

Flowering time: middle
Picking time: End of September to fourth week of October
Fruit weight: 150 g
Storage: in a refrigerator until mid-January. In ULO cell - until June
Note: has a high tolerance to browning

 

 

GRANNY SMITH

Flowering time: middle-late
Picking time: First half of October
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: until May, June
Note: Scab resistant, gains a pink blush

 

 

TOPAZ

Flowering time: middle
Picking time: Late September / early October; one week before Golden Delicious.
Fruit weight: 140 g
Storage: until April
Note: highly resistant, immune to scab

 

 

Fuji KIKU

Flowering time: late
Picking time: 20 days after Golden Delicious
Fruit weight: 180 g
Storage: stored in the refrigerator until May
Note: susceptible to biannual fruiting

 

 

 

ELSHOF CPRO®

Flowering time: medium late
Picking time: From the second week of September to the end of September.
Fruit weight: 170 g
Storage: until April
Note: excellent taste, good pollinator

 

 

ELSTAR HERENCE

Flowering time: average
Picking time: 3rd week of September
Fruit weight: 160 g
Storage: refrigerated until February
Note: very tasty

 

 

EVELINA

Flowering time: very late
Picking time: late
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: refrigerated until April-May, in a ULO until June
Note: attractive, evenly colored fruits, easy to harvest

 

 

GALA ROYAL BEAUT

Flowering time: late
Picking time: End of August
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: refrigerated - untill March
Note: the fruits are more intense and uniform in color

 

 

 

RED JONAPRINCE

Flowering time: early-middle
Picking time: 5 days before Golden Delicious
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: fruits are stored in the refrigerator until February, and in ULO - until July
Note: forms intensely colored fruits

 

 

IDARED

Flowering time: early
Picking time: end of September
Fruit weight: 200 g
Storage: until March - in ULO until June
Note: fast-growing, suitable for intensive technologies

 

 

 

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