(Harry Black Cv.) PP#12,842
The first late-season Gala selection to be introduced. Autumn Gala was selected by Harry Black from a limb sport of Kidd’s D-8 Gala at his Catoctin Mountain Orchard in Thurmont, Maryland. This late Gala matures up to five weeks after traditional Gala strains are harvested. Fruit color is best described as orange-red and overall quality is similar to that of traditional Gala. Fruit is very firm and dense and exhibits very little stem cracking, making it a better keeper than traditional Gala. Autumn Gala provides the opportunity to extend the Gala harvest into late September/early October.
M-9 / EMLA 111, EMLA 7, G-11, M-9(Nic29)
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