Stargrow - Peaches

By: Stargrow  11-11-2011

Early August Early January  Very good production. Dull yellow skin colour with brownish red blush. Yellow flesh colour with red in stone cavity. Very good taste. Free-stone. Excellent drying quality.
Late August Late November  Good production. Storage ability moderate to good. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Suitable for local market.
4 th week August 4 th week in January  Round shape. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture with cling stone. Exceptional canning quality. Fill the ripening window between Neethling and Kakamas. Suitable for areas with late frost.
Week 3 in August Week 2 in Janaury  Round shape. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Melting texture with free stone. Exceptional drying quality and replacement for Bokkeveld.
Middle July Late October  Oval shape with point. Yellow skin colour with 75% red. Yellow flesh colour. Cling stone. Tends to soften at point.
Middle July Late October  Yellow skin colour with 75% red. Yellow flesh colour. Fair taste with cling stone. Similar to De Wet. Doesn't soften at point.
Late August Late December  Oblong shape. Yellow skin colour with red blush. Yellow flesh colour with red in stone cavity. Moderate to good taste. Medium firm and melting texture. Semi-free stone.
Late September Early March  Ovate shape with point. Yellow skin colour with red blush. Yellow flesh colour with red in stone cavity. Good taste. Free stone. Soft, coarse and melting texture.
First week in August Third week in January  Round shape, Yellow skin and flesh colour. Fine texture with cling stone. Good canning quality. Fill gap between Neethling and Kakamas. Blossom early in Spring, beware of frost in low lying areas.
Early August Early January  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Good canning quality.
Middle September Middle February  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting, fine and firm texture. Cling stone.
Late August Early January  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Good fruit size and canning quality.
Early September Late December  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture, fine and firm. Cling stone.
Late August Middle January  Good canning quality. Cling stone. Non-melting texture, fine and firm. Good taste.
Early September Late November  Yellow skin colour with red blush. Yellow flesh colour. Good taste. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Suitable for local market.
Late August Middle December  Production good. Good taste. Cling stone. Good canning quality.
Late September Middle December  Dark, full red skin colour. Yellow flesh colour. Good taste. Cling stone. Very good eating quality. Very good colour. Suitable for local market.
Early August Early November  Ovate shape with prominent sature. Red skin colour with bright yellow ground colour. Cling stone. Melting and fine texture. Fruit tends to be knobbly in areas with little winter cold.
Early August Early January  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting taste. Cling stone. Good canning quality.
Late August Early January  Very good production. Light green skin colour with 60% red blush. White flesh colour with red in stone cavity. Free stone. Good taste.
Middle August Early November  Red blush on light green. White flesh colour. Sweet taste. Firm melting and fine texture. Cling stone.
Middle August Late November  Round shape. Light yellow skin and flesh colour. Very firm, melting texture. Free stone.
Early September Middle February  Cream skin colour with red blush. White flesh colour with red in stone cavity. Very good taste. Melting and medium coarse texture. Free stone. Good eating quality and good appearance.
Early Grande time  Early ripening peach (Early Grande time). Excellent appearance with prominent bright red blush. Very good shape and size. Storage ability is good.
Just before Transvalia  Well coloured blush peach ripening just before Transvalia. Very good appearance with extremely good size. Good storage ability.
San Pedro time  Attractive blush peach ripening San Pedro time with improved colour and appearance. Good eating quality and good storage ability.
Late August Late November  Yellow skin colour. Yellow flesh colour. Good taste. Non-melting, fine and firm texture. Cling stone.
Middle September 10-14 days after Kakamas  Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Late Kakamas mutation.
First week in August Week 4 in January  Good canning quality. Fill gap between Neethling and Kakamas. Blossom early in Spring, beware of frost in low lying areas. Cling stone. Yellow skin and flesh colour.
Middle August Middle November  Red blush on yellow ground colour. Yellow to orange flesh colour. Good taste. Cling stone. Recommended for summer rainfall areas.
Late August Early December  Good production. Yellow skin and flesh colour. Non-melting texture. Cling stone. Suitable for local market and export.
Middle August Early to middle January  Good canning qualilty and also suitable for the fresh and dying market. Good taste. Non-melting, fine and firm texture. Cling stone.
 
 
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