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Malus domestica Granny SmithGranny Smith
The Granny Smith is originally from Australia. The apple is characterized by its green-yellow color, sometimes with a pinkish blush. The green Granny Smith apple has firm flesh and is very juicy. Malus domestica Granny Smith apple trees are widely used as a pollinator in the orchard.
|The Granny Smith is the result of a suspected cross between the Malus sylvestris and a native species.
|Australia, about 1860.
|Very strong. At full production, growth decreases to a normal level.
|Granny Smith blooms in mid-season with good quality pollen. The Granny Smith is often used as a pollinator in orchards.
|Average to high.
|Granny Smith apples can be picked from the first half of October.
|The Granny Smith is commonly known as the green apple; sometimes with a pinkish blush (under good color conditions). Highly visible lenticels.
|The taste tends towards the sour. The sweet-sour taste balance is formed during storage. The apple has firm white-green flesh and is very juicy.
|At 0 oC to 2 oC the apple can be stored for 90 to 120 days, in ULO for more than 200 days. In addition, the Granny Smith has a good shelf life.
|Granny Smith is a firm, juicy apple that stores well.