What scab-resistant apple cultivars are resistant or susceptible to other diseases?

Apples September 03, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF

All scab-resistant cultivars vary in their susceptibility to other early-season diseases; and all are susceptible to the summer diseases. See Table of Apple Scab Resistant Cultivar Susceptibility to Other Diseases for more information.

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