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1. Beyond the Honeycrisp Apple
Fruit breeders have been creating varieties with flashy names like Cosmic Crisp and SnapDragon, leaving Red Delicious and McIntosh behind and ...

2. Research yields test to predict bitter pit disorder in Honeycrisp apples
... determine whether bitter pit a disorder that blindsides apple growers by showing up weeks or months after picking will develop in stored Honeycrisp ...

3. Beyond the Honeycrisp Apple - The New York Times
Fruit breeders have been creating varieties with flashy names like Cosmic Crisp and SnapDragon, leaving Red Delicious and McIntosh behind and ...

4. Better than Honeycrisp? UMN's new apple just might be
University of Minnesota researchers have high hopes for a new apple they say shares some qualities with their popular Honeycrisp variety. Hard ...

 




   
   
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