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Delcorf as a replacement for James Grieve

, : Delcorf as a replacement for James Grieve. Fruitteelt Den Haag 83(22): 13

The apple cultivar Delcorf (Stark Jongrimes x Golden Delicious) has large juicy fruits either with an orange-red lightly striped blush and a yellow/light green ground colour, or little or no colour. It blossoms earlier than James Grieve, and its first harvest is about a week later; its final harvest is in Sep.

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Anonymous, 1953: A red James Grieve. A red sport of the above variety with the same taste and appearance as the common form is recorded from Germany.

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Verheu, E.W.M.; Witteveen, B.; Verwer, F.L.J.A.W., 1972: Bed culture with James Grieve. A bed culture trial is discussed comparing the effects of 2 planting distances on the cropping of 5-year-old James Grieve apple trees on M.7, with an intermediate stem-piece of Golden Delicious. The trees were planted at 2.6 X 2 or 2 X 1.5 m, rect...

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Lemmens, J.J., 1973: The culture of James Grieve. Data are presented on the average yield and fruit weight of 3 selections (colour mutations) of James Grieve apples, compared with the usual strain, assessed over a 4-year period. The largest crops were obtained from the usual strain, followed by P...

Anon., 1968: Storage losses in James Grieve. James Grieve apples from 3 sources were stored at 4 degrees -5 degrees C. in a cold store for 7, 35 and 60 days. The percentage loss in weight and shrinkage per mm. of fruit diameter were recorded for each treatment; they increased steadily with l...

Pouwer, A.; Keuken, W., 1967: Concerning the harvesting and marketing of James Grieve. The various factors influencing the supply of James Grieve apples over recent years were investigated. The relationship of fruit size at harvest to picking dates, and the effect of source and storage conditions on quality, are discussed with a vie...

Hallama, G., 1972: Are James Grieve and Benoni self-fertile?. A report that these apple cvs are partially self-fertile was tested by pollinating them with their own or Golden Delicious pollen. Benoni was completely self-sterile and trees of James Grieve and its mutant James Grieve Lired set only a very small...

Pouwer, A.; Keuken, W., 1968: The harvesting and marketing of James Grieve. James Grieve apples from 4 orchards were harvested on 3 dates at weekly intervals, and the effects on colour development and the incidence of bitter pit were compared following after-ripening either at 20 degrees C. for 12 days, 20 degrees for 10...

Van Belle, G., 1966: The packing of James Grieve apples. Various types of packing tray for insertion in cartons are briefly compared. The firm stacking of the cartons in interlocked positions to minimize transport injury is illustrated. The cost of cartons and trays is little if any higher than that of...