Low Chill Apple Cultivars for North Florida and North Central Florida
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Andersen, Peter C. (2009) 2015. “Low Chill Apple Cultivars for North Florida and North Central Florida: HS764/MG368, Rev. 10/2015”. EDIS 2015 (8). Gainesville, FL:8. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-mg368-2009.


Provides guidance for homeowners in north and north central Florida to grow apple cultivars with low chilling requirement — how to locate them for best performance, suitable cultivars, acceptable rootstocks, planting, cultivation, fertilization, irrigation, training and pruning, harvesting and storage, and pest control. 

This update by Peter C. Andersen, October 2015 with minor revisions May 2019.

HS764/MG368: Low-Chill Apple Cultivars for North Florida and North Central Florida (ufl.edu)


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