Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
Coulon Apple
     

Coulon Apple

The variety is developed by nurseryman Coulon from Liege in Belgium. The tree gave apples the first time in 1856. Coulon is in the danish fruit survey 1916-1922 recommended for planting in certain regions of the country.

Synonyms: Coulons Reinet, Reinette Coulon. Coulon Reinette, Coulon Renette, Coulon's Reinette, Coulons Reinette, Coulons Renette, Culon Reinette, Culons Reinette.

The variety gives powerful, well branched and regular trees. Coulon looks like Belle de Boskoop, but is easier to grow, bearing more and are less likely to be every two years carrying. The fruits don't reach , however, Belle de Boskoop in quality. The apples can get scab.

The apple is large to very large with a length of 74 mm and a diameter of 89 mm, measured at the widest point. The matt green base color gradually becomes yellowish-gray, and are often completely or partially covered by a gray rust coatings. Cover color is red. The meat is medium juicy, with a low sweetness, medium acidity and no or weak aroma..

The fruit should be picked as late as possible and not until 15 October.(UK). The apple has a very long shelf life.

The apple are used primarily as a cooking apple.





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