Remo

,Remo' is a multi-resistant autumn apple variety. Its wine red, sourish fruits are perfect to make juice. In sunny areas the refreshing apples are also popular for fresh consumption.

Parents:

,James Grieve' x ,BX 44,14'

Growth:

weak to moderate, forms a loose crown with thin, hanging fruiting wood

Blossom:

early to quite early, high and regular, very low susceptibility to frost, diploid, excellent pollinator. Good pollinators are among others ,Reglindis', ,Retina', ,Rewena', ,James Grieve', ,Idared', ,Golden Delicious', ,Pinova'

Ripeness:

Time for harvest: mid-September; ripe for eating: from harvest until October

Appearance:

mid-size, longish fruits, pear-shaped to medium bulbous, small calyx, deep stem cavity. Bright yellow-green, smooth fruit skin, 40 – 90 % of wine red, flamed body colour; pruinose and meshed russet in parts

Quality:

soft, cream-coloured flesh, fine cell structure and juicy

Taste:

sourish, fruity aroma; perfect for apple strudel

Crop yield:

early onsetting, high and regular

Special notes:

resistant to fire blight and mildew, tolerant to scab (scab resistant Rvi6); recommended by the Landratsamt Ortenaukreis for meadow orchards