60 Photos - Jun 17, 2015
Photo: 'Beacon' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1936.  Ripens last week of August in Minnesota.  MAES project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Cold Hardy Fruit Crops."  Photo: 'Beacon' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1936.  Ripens last week of August in Minnesota.  MAES project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Cold Hardy Fruit Crops."  Photo: 'Beacon' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1936.  Bright red apple with soft, juicy flesh and a slightly tart flavor.  The tree is hardy, vigorous, and susceptible to fire blight.    Ripens mid- to late-August in Minnesota.  Photo: 'Centennial' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."  Released in 1957. Photo: 'Centennial' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."  Released in 1957. Photo: 'Centennial' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."  Released in 1957. Photo: Chestnut crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station, released in 1949 .  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."   Has a rich, nutty flavor.  Stores for 4 to 5 weeks.  Ripens early September in south-central Minnesota.Photo: Chestnut crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station, released in 1949 .  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."   Has a rich, nutty flavor.  Stores for 4 to 5 weeks.  Ripens early September in south-central Minnesota.Photo: Chestnut crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station, released in 1949 .  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."   Has a rich, nutty flavor.  Stores for 4 to 5 weeks.  Ripens early September in south-central Minnesota.Photo: 'Chestnut' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota. Ripens mid-late August in Minnesota.  It is a large, russeted crabapple  with a rich, nutty flavor. Best for fresh eating or sauce. The fruit stores 4 to 5 weeks. 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: 'Chestnut' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1949. Ripens mid-late August in Minnesota.  It is a large, russeted crabapple  with a rich, nutty flavor. Best for fresh eating or sauce. The fruit stores 4 to 5 weeks. 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: 'Chestnut' crabapple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1949. Ripens mid-late August in Minnesota.  It is a large, russeted crabapple  with a rich, nutty flavor. Best for fresh eating or sauce. The fruit stores 4 to 5 weeks. 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: 'Fireside' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1943. by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Fireside' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1943. by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Fireside' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1943. by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Folwell' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1921.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Folwell' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1921.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Folwell' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1921.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Haralson' apple developed by University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1922. A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Haralson' apple developed by University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1922. A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Haralson' apple tree in residential area of St. Paul, Minnesota.  'Harrison' was bred by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1922.  A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Haralson' apple tree in residential area of St. Paul, Minnesota.  'Harrison' was bred by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1922.  A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Haralson' apple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1922. A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Named after Charles Haralson, first superintendent of the University's Fruit Breeding Farm and also a plant breeder.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: Apple Junction orchard in Washington County, Minnesota.  They grow 'Haralson'  apple and other varieties developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Haralson was released by the U of MN in 1922. Photo: 'Haralson' apple developed by University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1922. A tart apple used for fresh eating and cooking, ripens first 10 days of October in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Honeygold' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1970. A crisp apple with a juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens the first 10 days of October in Minnesota.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Keepsake' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1978. by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Lakeland' apple developed by the University of Minnesota, MN Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1950.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Oriole' apple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1949.  Ripens early and has a short storage life.  Photo: Prairie Spy apple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates.".  Released in 1940.  Photo: Prairie Spy apple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates.".  Released in 1940.  Photo: Prairie Spy apple developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates.".  Released in 1940.  Photo: 'Prairie Spy' apple developed by the University of MInnesota Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1940.  Ripens late Sept to early Oct. in Minnesota. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Red Baron' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1970.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Red Baron' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1970.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Redwell' apple developed by the University of Minnesota, MN Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1946.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Regent' apple developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 1964. by the U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station.  Project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: 'Regent' apple, released by the University of Minnesota, Minnesota  Agricultural Experiment Station in 1964.Photo: 'Regent' apple, released by the University of Minnesota, Minnesota  Agricultural Experiment Station in 1964.Photo: 'Regent' apple, released by the University of Minnesota, Minnesota  Agricultural Experiment Station in 1964.Photo: 'Regent' apple developed by University of Minnesota, released in 1964. Ripens first week of October in Minnesota.   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: 'State Fair' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1977.  Ripens early, third week of August in Minnesota.  MAES project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Cold Hardy Fruit Crops."  principal investigator Cecil Stushnoff.Photo: 'State Fair' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1977.  Ripens early, third week of August in Minnesota.  MAES project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Cold Hardy Fruit Crops."  principal investigator Cecil Stushnoff.Photo: 'State Fair' apple developed by the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1977.  Striped red, juicy, moderately tart apple good for eating and cooking. The fruit stores for 2 to 4 weeks.  Ripens early, third week of August in Minnesota.  MAES project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Cold Hardy Fruit Crops."  principal investigator Cecil Stushnoff.Photo: 'Sweet Sixteen' apple variety developed by University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1977. A crisp, sweet, yellowish flesh apple used for fresh eating, ripens mid to late September in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Sweet Sixteen' apple variety developed by University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1977. A crisp, sweet, yellowish flesh apple used for fresh eating, ripens mid to late September in Minnesota.   Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates."Photo: 'Victory' apple variety developed by the University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.  Released in 1943.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station project #21-016, "Breeding and Genetics of Fruit Crops for Cold Climates." Photo: