Galmac

A tasty early variety that can be harvested in late July and which is preferably offered in Switzerland from the new harvest of the National day on the 1st of August.

Parents:

Gala x Jerseymac

Growth:

strong, medium vigorous fruiting wood

Blossom:

medium early, pollinator are 'Red Idared', 'Braeburn', 'Granny Smith', 'Gala', 'Mairac®' , 'Junami®' or ornamental apples: 'Professor Sprenger', 'Evereste', 'Dacapo'

Ripeness:

fruit ripe for picking: end of July up to early August, ripe for consumption: from harvest

Appearance:

medium-sized, green-yellow with ¾ dark red body color

Quality:

fruit pulp, firm (to the bite), juicy

Taste:

sweet and sourish, aromatic

Crop yield:

at an early harvest entry very high yields

Special notes:

short harvest window – timely harvest important, because otherwise a tendency to perfumed taste, robust to mildew, medium susceptibility to scab