Golden Russet is an old American cultivar of domesticated apple which is excellent for fresh eating as well as for apple cider production. It is a russet apple and is therefore especially used as a cider apple. It is sometimes known as 'English Golden Russet', and has frequently been confounded with 'English Russet'. It was discovered in New York State between the years 1800 and 1849 from a seedling of an English russet apple cultivar. Orange Pippin raised an assumption on Ashmead's Kernel.

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  • Golden Russet is an old American cultivar of domesticated apple which is excellent for fresh eating as well as for apple cider production. It is a russet apple and is therefore especially used as a cider apple. It is sometimes known as 'English Golden Russet', and has frequently been confounded with 'English Russet'. The fruits of this cultivar are yellow gold with an occasional orange flush and lot of russeting. Its flesh is fine texture, juicy and crisp, on the sweeter side. It is actually an excellent eating apple, but does not market well for this purpose because of its russet. It is harvested at late season and it keeps very well in storage. It keeps its shape in cooking. The tree can tolerate some cold. It was discovered in New York State between the years 1800 and 1849 from a seedling of an English russet apple cultivar. Orange Pippin raised an assumption on Ashmead's Kernel. (en)
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  • Golden Russet is an old American cultivar of domesticated apple which is excellent for fresh eating as well as for apple cider production. It is a russet apple and is therefore especially used as a cider apple. It is sometimes known as 'English Golden Russet', and has frequently been confounded with 'English Russet'. It was discovered in New York State between the years 1800 and 1849 from a seedling of an English russet apple cultivar. Orange Pippin raised an assumption on Ashmead's Kernel. (en)
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  • Golden Russet (en)
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  • 'Golden Russet' apple (en)
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