Healthy Gala Dark Ann® trees
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Malus domestica Gala Dark Ann®Gala Dark Ann®
The Gala Dark Ann® apples color early, so that the harvest can take place at the right time of ripeness. Depending on productivity, the Gala Dark Ann® can be picked in two times.
Characteristics Gala Dark Ann®.
The Dark Ann® is a mutation of Gala.
Kaufmann (2007), South-Tyrol, Italy. The grafting and/or wood for oculation comes from the Vermeerderingstuinen in Horst, Netherlands.
The growth of the Gala Dark Ann® tree is average and therefore easy to manage in the orchard.
Gala Dark Ann® blooms at approximately the same time as Golden delicious. Suitable pollinators are Golden delicious Reinders®, Granny Smith, Idared, Professor Sprenger and Evereste. Little sensitive to night frost.
The Gala Dark Ann® ripens two to four days earlier than other Gala mutants. Productivity is comparable to Gala.
From end of August.
A striking feature of the Gala Dark Ann® apples is the attractive, non-uniform, intense dark red color. Sometimes lightly striped. The size of the apples is comparable to standard Gala.
The flesh of the Dark Ann® is juicy. The taste is what a Gala should taste like.
Storage is possible until February. Under ULO conditions, longer storage is an option. Similar to other Gala mutants.
Good coloring Gala mutant.