Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Wealthy. 26 62 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 21). A. 1899 YELLOW TRANSPARENT. An apple which may prove a substitute for the well-known Early Harvest, which is so sub-ject to apple scab. This variety seems to be proof against fusicladium, both in leaf and fruit.. Origin, St. Petersburg, Russia.Imported by the U. S. Departmentof Agriculture in 187. Tree, hardy, vigorous, upright,annual bearer, productive, beganbearing at four years at Craighurststation. Yellow Transparent. Fruit, above medium, roundish, oblate, inclined to be conical ; s

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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Wealthy. 26 62 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 21). A. 1899 YELLOW TRANSPARENT. An apple which may prove a substitute for the well-known Early Harvest, which is so sub-ject to apple scab. This variety seems to be proof against fusicladium, both in leaf and fruit.. Origin, St. Petersburg, Russia.Imported by the U. S. Departmentof Agriculture in 187. Tree, hardy, vigorous, upright,annual bearer, productive, beganbearing at four years at Craighurststation. Yellow Transparent. Fruit, above medium, roundish, oblate, inclined to be conical ; s Stock Photo
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Wealthy. 26 62 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 21). A. 1899 YELLOW TRANSPARENT. An apple which may prove a substitute for the well-known Early Harvest, which is so sub-ject to apple scab. This variety seems to be proof against fusicladium, both in leaf and fruit.. Origin, St. Petersburg, Russia.Imported by the U. S. Departmentof Agriculture in 187. Tree, hardy, vigorous, upright,annual bearer, productive, beganbearing at four years at Craighurststation. Yellow Transparent. Fruit, above medium, roundish, oblate, inclined to be conical ; s
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1898-99, No.18-25 . Section of Wealthy. 26 62 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 21). A. 1899 YELLOW TRANSPARENT. An apple which may prove a substitute for the well-known Early Harvest, which is so sub-ject to apple scab. This variety seems to be proof against fusicladium, both in leaf and fruit.. Origin, St. Petersburg, Russia.Imported by the U. S. Departmentof Agriculture in 187. Tree, hardy, vigorous, upright,annual bearer, productive, beganbearing at four years at Craighurststation. Yellow Transparent. Fruit, above medium, roundish, oblate, inclined to be conical ; skin, clear white, yellowishwhite when very mature ; dots, light green, obscure; stalk, medium, in large cavity ; calyxclosed in medium, slightly corrugated basin ; fruit hangs well on the tree. Flesh, white ; firm till veryripe, then tender ; quality,second class. Season, August 1st to loth. Adaptation. Test ed at Maple-hurst, Grimsby ; at Simcoe sta-tion, distributed widely byOntario Fruit Growers Associa-tion in 1886, and succeeds every-where.

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