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'NJA54' apricot

HortScience 30(2): 385-386
'NJA54' apricot
NJA54 originated from a cross between NJA2 and RR17-62 made in 1973 and was developed for wholesale or roadside markets. NJA54 is a high quality, dark-orange apricot (Prunus armeniaca) with an attractive bright red blush over 20-40% of the fruit. Fruits ripen early (~1 week before Harcot and 2 weeks before Goldcot) and are sweet (~18% soluble solids content), firm and juicy. Fruits are globose and small to medium in size (42 g).

Accession: 002549521

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