This variety is native to Australia and is being produced since 1952. It Provides large fruits of about 200 to 250 g weight. The fruit is a rounded blunt conical shape with basic dark green epidermis, which while matures becomes brighter green. The flesh is greenish in color, medium to coarse texture, crisp, very firm, juicy and with very pronounced sharp flavor and excellent aroma.
The Japanese variety, called Fuji began to be produced by 1962. Its main feature is the beautiful, pink bloom that occurs on the yellow-green epidermis. This variety provides medium large, rounded conical fruits weighing from 150 to 180 g. Epidermis has a basic pale yellow-green color, which is dotted with orange-red complementary coloring. The flesh is yellowish, crisp and firm and very juicy with fine structure. This apple is very aromaticand due to high sugar content and low acidity it has a sweet and mild flavor.
Idared is the American species produced since 1942. The fruits are large to very largewith rounded to slightly flattened shape weighing from 150 to 350 g, The basic color is yellow-green that matures becomes greenish, and approximately 80% of the area covered by wine red colour. The flesh is nearly white in color, medium-fine texture, medium juicy, medium sour taste.Because of the more pronounced acid and lower sugar content, taste is less full and harmonious, and the aroma is moderately developed and unobtrusive. If not picked timely and stored properly, there is a possible problem with the transportand the fruit can soften up.