12 Photos - Jun 17, 2015
Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: David Bedford and 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by him, at the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: David Bedford and 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by him, at the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. The parent tree is pictured here at the U of MN Horticultural Research Center.  Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.Photo: 'Frostbite' (TM) apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.  Extremely cold hardy, survives in USDA zone 3A. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates," principal investigator: James J. Luby.  David Bedford: scientist, apple breeder.