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'Sweethaven', 'Newhaven', and 'Jayhaven' peach

'Sweethaven', 'Newhaven', and 'Jayhaven' peach

HortScience 16(5): 685-686

These varieties, produced by South Haven Experiment Station, are well adapted to the Great Lakes Region of North America and have moderately vigorous mature trees. The flower buds of Sweethaven are slightly more resistant to dormant season low-temperature stress than are those of Redhaven. Sweethaven matures with Garnet Beauty and 14 days before Redhaven. The fruit are round and medium small with a 90% red-striped blush over bright yellow skin and clear yellow flesh.

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