EMPIRE

This apple is a cross of the Red Delicious and the McIntosh.  The flesh white and juicy, and the taste is lending toward sweetness.  The Empire is harvested in late September into early October.  Introduced commercially in 1966 by the New York state agricultural station in Geneva New York

 

CORTLAND

This variety is a "cross" of the McIntosh and the Ben Davis.  The variety is a New York State variety of 1898.  The Cortland flavor is tart and juicy but does not have the McIntosh tanginess.  Once sliced, this varies??? Flesh does not brown when sliced this is the best choice for salads.  This variety is picked in late September into early October.

 

BRAEBURN

This is one of the youngest commercial apples (New Zealand in 1952).  The flesh is firm and crisp in texture and the flavor is sweet and tart in flavor.  This variety ripens in mid-October

 

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