Brina

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Malus domestica 'Brina'
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Hybrid parentage 'PRI 2059-101 × ' Open pol. '
Cultivar 'Brina'
Origin Italy 1996 CRAFRU-Roma

The Brina apple is an apple cultivar that was first developed in the Italy in the 1979s by open pollination PRI 2059-101 apples. Resistant to scab. Spreading habit with intermediate vigor, full flowering season is medium late, production is heavy, fruit is medium or medium-large, smooth skin; white lenticels, no russet, excellent taste characteristics, ripening time: I decade of October, in Trentino A.A. (I).

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