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 About apple Lobo 
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Post About apple Lobo
I would like to know about the apple variety Lobo, its disease tolerance, taste and the kind of climate it requires. Is it resistant to scab disease? how many times does it need spraying?

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Thu Sep 14, 2006 3:18 am
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Location: Riverside, Southern California USDA Zone 10a
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Pem:

Here's what I found online:


LOBO A McIntosh seedling from the Agriculture Canada breeding program. Hardier than Mac, larger than Mac, better eating than Mac. Most fruits are slightly off-center. Precocious and productive. For 2007, on Budagovsky 9

Origin : Pollinated seedling of McIntosh
Shape : round-conical, ribbed at eye, slightly ribbed on body
Size : large, 78 x 64 mm
Flesh : very white, tinged pink, juicy, moderately crisp, tender, fine texture
Flavor : subacid, sweet, a bit strawberry-like, sprightly, pleasant
Uses : dessert, fresh, culinary
Availability : ripens Sept.23

It is immune to rust.Image

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Kuffel Creek Apple Nursery
Riverside, Southern California
USDA Zone 10a


Tue Sep 26, 2006 5:49 am
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