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Disease Resistant Fruit Trees

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Disease Resistant Varieties in order of Ripening (Early to Late)

The list below identifies the ripening order for each of our disease resistant tree varieties. Use this list to help choose trees which yield fruit at different times during the season.

  • Pristine (Co-op 32) PP# 9,881 (apple) - July 10  
  • Redfree (apple) - August 5
  • Sunrise (pear) - August 10
  • Initial™ (X-6163 cltv.) (apple) - August 20
  • Blake's Pride (pear) - August 25
  • Potomac (pear) - September 8
  • Seckel (pear) - September 10
  • CrimsonCrisp® (Co-op 39) PP# 16,622 (apple) - September 10
  • Magness (pear) - September 12
  • Liberty (apple) - September 15
  • Crimson® Gold (Svatava cltv.) (apple) - September 15
  • Galarina™ (X-4982 cltv.) (apple) - September 25  
  • Freedom (apple) - October 1
  • Crimson® Topaz (Topaz cltv.) (apple) - October 5
  • Nova Spy (apple) - October 10
  • Hardy Cumberland (apple) - October 10
  • Co-op 31 Winecrisp™ PP#20,437 (apple) - October 12
  • Querina™ (X-2775 cltv.) (apple) - October 12
  • Enterprise™ (Co-op 30) PP# 9,193 (apple) - October 24
  • GoldRush™ (Co-op 38) (apple) - November 10

General Information

Disease resistance refers primarily to plant diseases, such as apple scab, fire blight on pears and other common diseases.  Planting disease resistant varieties will help to reduce the maintenance required in preventing these diseases.