Good Fruit Grower

January 2015

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This high colored Cripps Pink sport was first discovered in 1996 in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Lady in Red is shown to mature approximately one week earlier than the Cripps Pink cultivar grown in the same location in New Zealand. It may not be suit- able for all growing areas due to its late harvest timing. 800-572-1553 800-634-1671 800-232-2636 800-548-7337 Discovered in the Columbia Basin of Washington State, this exciting new color sport of Honeycrisp is catching attention from coast to coast. Royal Red Honeycrisp® is a blush type selection that maintains the crisp, juicy texture of its parent. Initial tests indicate that it's improved storage characteristics may be equally important in improving pack-out. As with its parent, the tree is low vigor and care should be taken not to crop it too soon. Royal Red Honeycrisp ® USPP #22,244 The exciting new, high colored Fuji comes to us from the land down under. Aztec Fuji has the sweet, juicy, crisp texture and harvest maturity of standard Fuji. It is a blush type and early observations show it to be one of the highest coloring Fuji sports seen to date. Aztec Fuji ® DT2 Variety Lady in Red USPP #18,787 Founded in 1995 by a group of nurseries and variety owners, INN specializes in the development and management of new varieties worldwide. Our goal is to provide the best selection of varieties from around the world. * *Trademark license for Pink Lady ® brand available upon request

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