Cider Apples
Bramley's Seedling

Introduced in 1856, originated in Nottinghamshire, England by Mary Anne Brailsford.  Fruit are large, oblate shaped, slightly irregular.  Flesh is white, juicy, firm, and coarse textured.  Sharply acid flavor.    Triploid, mid-late season harvest.  Used for ciders.  Tree is hardy, vigorous, spreading, partial tip bearer.  Prone to biennial bearing and bitter pit, tolerant to scab and powdery mildew.  

Sharp: Tannins <0.2%, Malic Acid >0.45%
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