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FruitVarietyRootstockAge of treeDisease Resistant?Common or Rare or Extremely Rare?Cider/Culinary/ Desert/ Drying/ BrandyDescriptionSomeone already interested?
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ApplePrima Co-op 7M92DRR? Maybe like the Prima (Co-op 2)? The Prima Co-op 2 is Medium to large, round fruit with dark red blush on bright yellow background. Highly resistant to scab. Good resistance to mildew. Ripens late August or early September. Excellent quality. Annual bearer. Can be stored through fall. Superb apple.
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GrapeGlenoraGlenora. Sweet, spicy, fine textured, highly flavored flesh. Superior quality. Keeps well on the vine. Good for wine and jelly. High vigor.
Blue-black, seedless. Derived from an Ontario x Russian Seedless cross. Vigorous, considered to be an extremely high-quality, seedless, large blue-black skinned table grape similar to the yellow-fleshed Himrod.Ontario x Russian Seedless. Medium to large, loose, heavy, well-filled clusters. Small to medium, seedless, bluish black grape. Thin smooth skin. Sweet, spicy, fine textured, highly flavored flesh. Superior quality. Keeps well on the vine. Good for wine and jelly. Mildew resistant. High vigor. Medium productivity. Ripens 10-20 days before Concord in Late August or early September. Buds are hardy to -20 degrees F.; Grows well in Zones 4-8. Has odd trait of being foxy and very American in character some years, then very firm and meaty like European vinifera in other years. First black seedless variety. Developed at the Geneva Station. Introduced in 1976.
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GrapePinot NoirPinot Noir. Small, dark blue grape with very distinctive scent. Produces award-winning dry, delicate, pinkish red wine. Self-fruitful. Moderately hardy. Oregon's pride.
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AppleCourt Pendu GrisM261ERCourt Pendu Gris: An ancient, possibly Roman, variety of red eating apple with a very short stalk. It is known to have been sold in the market of Rouen in 1420 and is recorded as being grown in Italy and all over France by the 16th Century. It is a late-season variety which is harvested from mid- to late-October, is stored and is at its best from December to January.
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AppleBrownM261RciBrown's Apple: Vintage English cider apple. Medium size, dark red fruit with crisp clean flavor. Often red staining in flesh. Makes a tangy, fruity cider. Tendency toward biennial bearing. Scab tolerant. Ripens Oct.
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AppleCourt Pendu GrisEMLA71ERCourt Pendu Gris: An ancient, possibly Roman, variety of red eating apple with a very short stalk. It is known to have been sold in the market of Rouen in 1420 and is recorded as being grown in Italy and all over France by the 16th Century. It is a late-season variety which is harvested from mid- to late-October, is stored and is at its best from December to January.
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AppleDevonshire QuarrendenEMLA71RDevonshire Quarrenden: Very old English variety. Medium size, dark-red fruit, except under a leaf shadow where it is sharply defined green. White flesh sometimes stained with red. Refreshing vinous flavor. Must be picked at exactly the right time as it ripens in the heat. Ripens in Aug.
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ApplePrimaEMLA7DRRPrima (Co-op 2) Medium to large, round fruit with dark red blush on bright yellow background. Highly resistant to scab. Good resistance to mildew. Ripens late August or early September. Excellent quality. Annual bearer. Can be stored through fall. Superb apple.
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PearUbileneOHxF-871Ubilene Gift: A large-fruited, early ripening pear from Bulgaria. Released in 1984. Fruit: large to very large, ripening in late July; skin yellow with red blush; flesh yellow, fine-textured, buttery, sweet, juicy, subacid, and aromatic. Similar to Butirra Precoce Morettini in appearance and ripening season. late
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AppleGoldrushM26 (or EMLA?)1? recommended by Jan Spencer
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AppleRhode Island GreeningM26 or EMLA?1cu, drRhode Island Greening: a well-known American heirloom apple variety, dating back to the 17th century. The definitive culinary apple for American apple pie (akin to the English Bramley). Excellent for cooking and drying. Good keeper. Biennial tendency. Grows well under organic conditions.
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AppleRoxbury RussetM26 or EMLA?1de, cu, ciRoxbury Russet. Excellent old American cider apple. Large fruit, remarkable for its amount of sugar. Good for eating fresh or cooking. excellent for cider. Notable keeper, until April or May. Does well under organic conditions.
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AppleYarlington MillEMLA (or M26?)1dpCciYarlington Mill: English cider apple. Firm, medium size fruit. Pale yellow skin. Sweet to slightly bittersweet juice produces a fine cider with good flavor and aroma. Consistent bearer. Ripens late october. Harvest period over three weeks. Used with Kingston Black in European countries to make a famous hard cider.
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Pear? (Moonglow or RottKotte Ostergotland or Plum or either of two unknowns)OHxF-871Sorry, poorly labeled, not sure what this one is, but it may be one of the following:
Moonglow: Originated in Beltsville, Maryland, by USDA. Introduced in 1960. Fruit: large; attractive; flesh rather soft, moderately juicy, nearly free of grit cells, flavor mild, subacid, rated good; for processing as well as being of good quality for fresh use.
Rotkottig Frau Ostergotland: Developed in: Sweden. Early red-fleshed pear.
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PearDOUBLE-graft! of ? (Moonglow or RottKotte Ostergotland or Plum or either of two unknowns)OHxF-871Sorry, poorly labeled, not sure what this one is, and pretty sure one of the two grafts is a plum which will likely die eventually. But the pear may be one of the following:
Moonglow: Originated in Beltsville, Maryland, by USDA. Introduced in 1960. Fruit: large; attractive; flesh rather soft, moderately juicy, nearly free of grit cells, flavor mild, subacid, rated good; for processing as well as being of good quality for fresh use.
Rotkottig Frau Ostergotland: Developed in: Sweden. Early red-fleshed pear.
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GrapePineyPiney. Nick Botner favorite. Looks barely alive but has start of green leaves, 6/6/15.
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GrapeAuroraAurore. Long slender clusters. White fruit, slightly pink blush. Very sweet flesh. Delicious for fresh eating or juice, and a delicate wine. Highly productive.
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Nancy
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Baba
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Himrod(aka Himrod Seedless). Ontario x Thompson Seedless. Large, long, loose clusters. Medium size, oval, seedless golden yellow fruit. Crisp but tender skin. Sweet, delicious, juicy flesh. Fine quality table variety. Pure, sweet juice of delicate flavor. Makes excellent raisins. Self-fruitful. Moderate disease resistance. Ripens 28 days before Concord, but keeps until Christmas if picked at full maturity and then refrigerated. Hardiest white seedless. 100 chill hours. hardy to -15 F Zones 4-9. Developed by the new York State AES. Introduced in 1952. Himrod. Seedless. Large, long, loose clusters. Medium size, oval, seedless golden yellow fruit. Crisp but tender skin. Sweet, delicious, juicy. Self-fruitful, moderate disease resistance.
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La CrosseMedium size clusters that are loose to well filled. Medium size, white grapes. Suitable for wine or juice. Sugar content usually 18-19 B; acid .90-1.10. Prolific bearing vines. Character much like Seyval, one of its ancestors. Very productive in the PNW. Has withstood winter of -32 F without covering. Introduced by Elmer Swenson. La Crosse. V. early maturing. V. productive. Small grapes, dense clusters. Attractive. Medium size, white grapes. Suitable for wine or juice. Botner favorite.
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KendaiaHybrid. Blueish black grapes, sweet fruity flavor. Pleasing aroma. excellent for juice. Good disease resistance. Ripens three weeks before Concord. Kendaia. Hybrid. Blueish black grapes, sweet fruity flavor. Pleasing aroma. Excellent for juice. Good disease resistance. Vigorous. Ripens three weeks before Concord.
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Muscat
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EinsetClusters are medium size, shouldered. Medium size, oval, seedless, bright red fruity. Tender to firm flesh. Adherent skin, resistant to cracking. Excellent storage potential. Vine is vigorous, moderately hardy. Resistant to botrytis. Susceptible to powdery mildew. Ripens early. Hardy to -5 F. Introduced by the New York Fruit Testing Cooperative, patented and released in 1985 by the Geneva Research Station (NY), derived from a Fredonia and Canner cross. Shy-bearing cool-climate hybrid red tablegrape cultivar with unique strawberrylike flavor. Also recommended as useful for raisin production.
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Catawba
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Marechel FochShort season french-american hybrid small-cluster grape with hard-cold tolerance to -20 deg. F. (ca -29 C). Having good resistance to the usual diseases, it normally ripens in early September. Grows well in sandy soils, but may need grafting for use in heavier soil types. Prof. Kuhlmann, the hybridizer, reported using an American riparia-rupestris hybrid variety as one of the parents but, confusingly, others argue that he instead somewhat misleadingly used the Oberlin 595 S.P, a Gamay based french-american hybrid developed by his father-in-law, in the cross with Goldriesling that created the offspring cultivar. Noted for producing somewhat light, yet deeply colored and strongly varietal, wines described as having a "Burgundian" character. Marechal Foch. (aka Foch) Bluish black grapes, makes cherry flavored fresh juice or excellent red wine. Used to produce outstanding Burgundy-type red wine without blending. Good for areas with short growing seasons. Eugene Fruit Show Favorite 2016. Nick Botner favorite
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New York MuscatNY Muscat. High quality though not highly productive. Excellent for table, juice and wine. Reddish black to black fruit.
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Cascade(aka Seibel 13053) French; Vitis vinifera. Bluish black fruit. Vine is vigorous, moderately hardy to hardy, productive. Very reliable. Prune to short canes. Ripens early. One of the best for short season areas. Blends well with other red wine hybrids like Baco Noir or Foch. By itself makes a fine rose or "blush" wine. Cascade. Bluish black fruit. Vigorous, productive. Very reliable. Prune to short canes. Ripens early. Blends well with other red wine hybrids like Baco Noir or Foch. Nick Botner Favorite.
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FigBrown Turkey
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Olympia
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ProlificOsbourne Prolific: Osbourne Prolific produces a light breba crop with medium to large figs, purple-brown skin, amber pulp and sweet flavor.
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QuinceHavian BA29C
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Plum ?Sunshine Daydream
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AppleCinnamon SpiceM111Very rich, sharp cinnamon flavor which lingers on the palate. Ripens late Oct.
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AlkemeneM106Queener's favorite. Multi-purpose apple. Distinctive flavor. Scab tolerant.
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Pear?
Bacin 2 (x sorbopyrus aurichlaris)
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