|Malus pumila 'Pinova'|
|Hybrid parentage||'Clivia' × 'Golden Delicious'|
|Origin||Pillnitz, Dresden, Germany|
'Pinova' is a German apple cultivar. It was created in 1965 at the Institut für Obstforschung of Dresden–Pillnitz in Saxony which at that time was in the German Democratic Republic. After Germany was re-united in 1990, the rights to the cultivar passed to the Free State of Saxony.
'Pinova' is a hybrid between 'Clivia' and 'Golden Delicious'. 'Clivia' is a hybrid of 'Geheimrat Dr. Oldenburg' and 'Cox's Orange Pippin'. 'Pinova' may also be called 'Corail', Piñata® or 'Sonata'.
'Pinova' has a high fruit yield, with little tendency towards biennial bearing;:19 it has good resistance to scab and is a good pollenizer for many varieties.:19 The fruit stores well. It is juicy and crisp, and has some of the taste of Cox's, the coloration of Oldenburg and the shape of 'Golden Delicious'. The fruit is picked early in October.
- Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes e. V. und der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Baumschulen im Obstbauversuchsring, Volume 57 (in German). p. 100. Accessed April 2014.
- Manfred Fischer, Christa Fischer (2002). Pinova Apple Cultivar. The Compact Fruit Tree 35 (1): 19–20. Archived 6 March 2004.
- K. M. Evans, A. Patocchi, F. Rezzonico, F. Mathis, C. E. Durel, F. Fernández-Fernández, A. Boudichevskaia, F. Dunemann, M. Stankiewicz-Kosyl, L. Gianfranceschi, M. Komjanc, M. Lateur, M. Madduri, Y. Noordijk, W. E. van de Weg (2011). Genotyping of pedigreed apple breeding material with a genome-covering set of SSRs: trueness-to-type of cultivars and their parentages. Molecular Breeding 28 (4): 535–547. doi:10.1007/s11032-010-9502-5
- Pinova. National Fruit Collection. Accessed March 2016.
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