Growing keen on peach potential

05/01/2008 02:00:00 AM
Steve Heisler, contributing writer


Industry standard for its season; early ripening (usually early May); large fruit; early bloom; light flower crop; poor color; high incidence of split pits.


Excellent color; good shape; attractive; ripens about 1 week after Flordaking; fewer split pits but smaller fruit than Flordaking.


Large fruit with non-melting flesh; excellent shape and flavor; ripens in late May-early June in north Florida. Currently, Gulfprince is suggested for trial for local markets only because of a possible storage disorder that may develop during packing and handling of fruit.

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