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Golden Orange (apple)

Malus domestica 'Golden Orange'
Hybrid parentage 'PRI 1956-6 × ' Ed Gould Golden '
Cultivar 'Golden Orange'
Origin Italy 1996 CRAFRU-Roma

The Golden Orange apple is an apple cultivar that was first developed in the Italy in the 1970s (released 1996) by crossing PRI 1956-6 and Ed Gould Golden apples. Resistant to scab. Moderate vigor, spreading habit and medium-late blooming season, fruit is moderately large (167 g) and symmetric, skin is smooth, no russeting ripens some days after Golden delicious, the fruit is very attractive, and it has a large, good storage ability.

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