MCINTOSH (1 tree).
1870 or 1796, Dundela, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada.
Named for John McIntosh, a farmer who made the cross of Fameuse with Detroit Red.
Moderately resistant to fireblight, resists cedar-apple rust.
Parent of Cortland, Empire, Macoun, Spartan.
Tree burned, with McIntosh's farmhouse, in 1894.
Bore apples until 1908, fell over in 1910.
Stone memorial marks the site.
Good for cider, also sauce, fresh (pie, freezing).
Doesn't hold shape in pies.
Ripen September.

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