(PRI 1947-104 = 111. #2 ('Winesap' op.) x PRI 1042-100) (Williams et al. 1972)
- Fruit: 70 to 76 mm (2-3/4 to 3 in.); conic to long conic with pronounced calyx end points; yellow ground color, bright finish; slightly striped, slightly splashed, 75 to 95% medium red, attractive; medium grained, pale yellow colored, crisp and breaking tough flesh; mildly sub-acid, slightly spicy and full rich flavor, juicy. Flavor is fair at harvest, maturing to good after a month of storage. Fruit hangs on the tree very well.
- Season of Maturity: Two weeks after 'Delicious'.
- Tree: Moderately vigorous, slightly upright, thin branched, very sparse cropping.
- Disease Resistance: Field immune to apple scab; moderately susceptible to powdery mildew; highly resistant to cedar-apple rust; resistant to fire blight.
- Problems: Sparse cropping; tough flesh texture; thin but tough skin; astringency and slight bitterness at harvest; susceptible to fruit storage scald.
- General Recommendation: Problems too severe for further consideration. Discarded at Lafayette.
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