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Which apple varieties are considered promising in Poland?

In recent years, apple growers have been interested in varieties with monochromatic fruits that are in demand in export markets.

AgroTimes reports this with a link to the Sady Ogrody portal.

Gala and its varieties are very popular in Polish gardens. One of the most attractive varieties is Gala Schniga Schnico Red, the fruit of which is completely covered with an intense dark red blush, darker than Gala Schniga SchniCo.

Polish nurseries also offer a new variety known as Gala Dark Baron. The fruits of this variety, in comparison with other Gala, are distinguished by an intense blush and a very early colour of the fruit. During the harvest season, a red-purple blush without stripes covers the whole fruit. A single-phase harvest ensures even colour and ripening of fruits.

Gala Brookfield Baigent is also a promising, stable dark red Gala mutant.

Zuzi Gala Select apples are covered in a more intense dark red blurred blush, while Zuzia Gala has a more carmine blush with delicate stripes.

Many gardeners cultivate varieties of the Jonagold group. Several years ago the variety Red Jonaprince and the new mutation Wilton Star Red Jonaprince Select prevailed in the offer of gardens. Now the growers note that there are already enough apples of this variety on the market.

King Roat Red Delicious was very popular last season. Apples of this variety sell very well in foreign markets. According to representatives of Polish nurseries, King Roat is currently one of the most promising varieties. It is characterised by an intensely shiny dark red blush that covers the whole fruit.

There are many requests for the Red Chief variety this season.

The variety of Muna is new in recent seasons. The variety gained fame for its yield and yield stability, good fruit colour and long shelf life.

The variety of Muna is new in recent seasons. The variety gained fame for its yield and yield stability, good fruit colour and long shelf life.

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