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ANABP 01 Technical

Tree Growth:

ANABP 01 apple trees have medium vigour and a spreading growth habit with wide branch angles similar to its parent Cripps Red. The development of fruiting laterals is sufficient but not prolific and tree shape suggests that it would be suited to a range of rootstocks and tree training systems. ANABP 01 apples ripen towards the end of the apple harvest season - about 27 days after Golden Delicious and 14 days before apples from Cripps Pink. In Manjimup this is normally around mid- April but is dependent on seasonal conditions. ANABP 01 fruit that meets the trident BRAVO™ apple quality specifications respond well to good temperature and storage management. Fruit should be pre-cooled to 2–4°C within 24 hours of harvest with the optimum storage temperature range of 0°C to 0.5°C.

Industry benefits:

The ANABP 01 tree is productive and the fruit colours easily. Unique fruit colour makes it easily distinguishable from other varieties. The ANABP 01 variety provides growers with a great opportunity to benefit from the introduction of a distinctive new Australian grown apple. Fruit colour and maturity on the tree is uniform, enabling the potential for the full harvest to be achieved in 1 pick. The fruit has exhibited long-term storage capabilities after SmartFresh™ treatment and in controlled atmosphere storage. Fruit harvest time is in a window prior to that for Cripps Pink and most other current varieties.
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View the ANABP 01 Technical Information Dossier for Australia produced by the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information on this and other fruit trees

Technical Publications:

View the 2018 ANABP 01 Apple Quality Specification produced by Fruitwest. and The Bravo™ Apple Quality Specification Guide Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.

ANABP 01 Technical Information Dossier for Australia

2018 ANABP 01 Apple Quality Specification and Apple Quality Specification Guide

View Pruning for Packout produced by Fruitwest. Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.

2018 Pruning for Packout

View Thinning to Establish Crop Load produced by Fruitwest. Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.

2018 Thinning to Establish Crop Load

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ANABP 01 Technical

Tree Growth:

ANABP 01 apple trees have medium vigour and a spreading growth habit with wide branch angles similar to its parent Cripps Red. The development of fruiting laterals is sufficient but not prolific and tree shape suggests that it would be suited to a range of rootstocks and tree training systems. ANABP 01 apples ripen towards the end of the apple harvest season - about 27 days after Golden Delicious and 14 days before apples from Cripps Pink. In Manjimup this is normally around mid-April but is dependent on seasonal conditions. ANABP 01 fruit that meets the trident BRAVO™ apple quality specifications respond well to good temperature and storage management. Fruit should be pre-cooled to 2–4°C within 24 hours of harvest with the optimum storage temperature range of 0°C to 0.5°C.

Industry benefits:

The ANABP 01 tree is productive and the fruit colours easily. Unique fruit colour makes it easily distinguishable from other varieties. The ANABP 01 variety provides growers with a great opportunity to benefit from the introduction of a distinctive new Australian grown apple. Fruit colour and maturity on the tree is uniform, enabling the potential for the full harvest to be achieved in 1 pick. The fruit has exhibited long-term storage capabilities after SmartFresh™ treatment and in controlled atmosphere storage. Fruit harvest time is in a window prior to that for Cripps Pink and most other current varieties.
View the ANABP 01 Technical Information Dossier for Australia produced by the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information on this and other fruit trees
View the 2018 ANABP 01 Apple Quality Specification produced by Fruitwest. and The Bravo™ Apple Quality Specification Guide Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.
View Pruning for Packout produced by Fruitwest. Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.

2018 Pruning for Packout

View Thinning to Establish Crop Load produced by Fruitwest. Want to know more? Contact us for more in depth information for growers.

2018 Thinning to Establish Crop Load