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Quinte Apples

Quinte are medium-sized apples, with yellow skin with dark red flushes.

Inside, they have tender, off-white flesh.

The tree is a hardy, good, reliable bearer, but it needs thinning while fruiting.

The apples are ready for harvest in August in Ontario.

They stand up well to shipping.

Cooking Tips

For fresh-eating.

History Notes

Quinte Apples were developed by Agriculture Canada in Ontario, Canada, from a cross between Red Melba and Crimson Beauty apples.

Released 1964.

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