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Tydeman's Late Orange

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Richly flavored connoisseurs' favorite. More productive and easier to grow than Cox Orange Pippin: much lower incidence of cracking; consistently better flavor and quality in hot summer climates. Reddish-orange stripes over greenish-yellow ground color, some russeting. Yellowish flesh is firm and juicy. Harvest late September/October in Central Calif , about with Fuji. Good keeper. Small but vigorous tree with long, weeping branches. Early, heavy thinning required to prevent alternate bearing. Resistant to mildew and scab. Laxton Superb x Cox Orange Pippin, from England, introduced in 1945. Estimated chilling requirement 800-1000 hours. Pollenizer required, a mid to late-blooming variety such as Gala, Fuji, Golden Delicious or Granny Smith.
Zone: 6 - 9
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