Arkansas Black Apple Tree


Arkansas Black apple originated in Benton county, Arkansas, circa 1870. The fruit has medium size with very dark red to black skin. The flesh is yellow, moderately juicy, crisp, firm, and aromatic. The tree is moderately vigorous and it shows susceptibility to scab and fire blight. It matures at the end of October and has about four months cold storage life.

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