Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Cranberry Pippin. At Maplehurst, Grimsby, in 1895, fifty trees of this variety, about twenty years planted,yielded 200 barrels of high grade apples, and in 1893, when other varieties were almost worth-less, nearly the same quantity. Sometimes, however, this variety is subject to warts and knotwhich mar its beauty. Origin, accidental on a farm, near HudsonRiver, N. Y. Tree, very vigorous, healthy, spreading,productive. Fruit, medium to large, roundish, oblate ;skin, smooth, yellow shaded and striped withtwo shades of red ; stem, slender,

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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Cranberry Pippin. At Maplehurst, Grimsby, in 1895, fifty trees of this variety, about twenty years planted,yielded 200 barrels of high grade apples, and in 1893, when other varieties were almost worth-less, nearly the same quantity. Sometimes, however, this variety is subject to warts and knotwhich mar its beauty. Origin, accidental on a farm, near HudsonRiver, N. Y. Tree, very vigorous, healthy, spreading,productive. Fruit, medium to large, roundish, oblate ;skin, smooth, yellow shaded and striped withtwo shades of red ; stem, slender, Stock Photo
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Cranberry Pippin. At Maplehurst, Grimsby, in 1895, fifty trees of this variety, about twenty years planted,yielded 200 barrels of high grade apples, and in 1893, when other varieties were almost worth-less, nearly the same quantity. Sometimes, however, this variety is subject to warts and knotwhich mar its beauty. Origin, accidental on a farm, near HudsonRiver, N. Y. Tree, very vigorous, healthy, spreading,productive. Fruit, medium to large, roundish, oblate ;skin, smooth, yellow shaded and striped withtwo shades of red ; stem, slender,
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Cranberry Pippin. At Maplehurst, Grimsby, in 1895, fifty trees of this variety, about twenty years planted,yielded 200 barrels of high grade apples, and in 1893, when other varieties were almost worth-less, nearly the same quantity. Sometimes, however, this variety is subject to warts and knotwhich mar its beauty. Origin, accidental on a farm, near HudsonRiver, N. Y. Tree, very vigorous, healthy, spreading,productive. Fruit, medium to large, roundish, oblate ;skin, smooth, yellow shaded and striped withtwo shades of red ; stem, slender, one one-eighth inches long in a deep cavity ; calyx closedin a wide, wrinkled basin. Flesh, white, firm, crisp, moderately juicy,sub-acid. Quality, fair. Season, November to February. •?. Cranberry Pippin. (Reduced.) Adaptation, Southern portions of the Province, especially along the shores of the lakes 10 62 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 21 ,. A. 189 9 EARLY HARVEST. The best apple of its season both for dessert and cooking, but of late years rendered worth-less in Ontario by scab, which not only spoils its appearance but lessens its size and injures itsflavor. The Early Harvest and Fall Pippin are the two apples which seem to be least able toresist this terrible fungus, and which most favor its spread. Unless therefore this fungus ischecked by spraying with the Bordeaux mixture, this apple must soon be left out of the list ofdesirable varieties.

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