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  • Enterprise Apple (Malus domestica 'Enterprise')

Enterprise Apple 1

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Soil type: prefers well-drained, moist, fertile, acidic loam or sand, G935 root stock may adapt to other soils, pH 6.0-7.0

Soil moisture:  dry to medium

Sun:  full sun

Height/Spread:  12’ – 15’ tall x 12’ – 15’ wide

Bloom:  mid-late season

Ripens:  late October, long hang time

Years to Bear:  2-5 years post-transplant, annual bearing

Hardiness Zone:  4 – 7

Uses:  fresh eating, salads, cooking, pie/baking, sauces, cider, storage

Fruit: 2.5"-3.", medium thick skin, fine-grained flesh, firm, crisp, juicy, creamy, good sugar/acid balance, sprightly acidic or tart taste at harvest improves with refrigerated storage.

Tree Disease Resistance: highly resistant to apple scab, resistant to fire blight, powdery mildew and cedar-apple rust, bitter pit not yet noted

Root Stock and Disease Resistance: Geneva 935, high-vigor dwarfing root stock, will require stake or trellis support, very cold hardy, very resistant to fire blight and crown rot, good graft-union strength, low rate of suckering and burr knots, woolly apple aphid susceptible.

Noteworthy: this highly disease resistant, reliably productive, and delicious variety is ideal for organic growers. Very cold hardy (-30°F) and possessing superior keeping quality, Enterprise stores well up to 6 months with fullest flavor after one month in refrigeration.

Pollinizer:  not self-fertile, requires a pollinizer, Goldrush or Triumph™ will cross-pollinize Enterprise.

$55 (4'+ / 2 gallon pot)

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