Malus domestica WineCrisp™ 'Co-op 31' - WineCrisp™ 'Co-op 31' Apple
Bloom Character
Fruit Characteristics
Growth Rate/Habit
Harvest Period
  Late fall
Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required

WineCrisp™ 'Co-op 31' Apple

Malus domestica 'WineCrisp™ 'Co-op 31''

  • »  WineCrisp™ Apple is one of the newest "Co-op" apples.

Winecrisp™ is one of the newest disease resistant apples.  As its name suggests, it is remeniscent of the old Winesap.  It has medium sized, deep red, non-glossy fruits that ripen a couple weeks after Red Delicious in mid-October.  The flesh is crisp and has a goos mix of sweet and tart.  It will store for a long period.  The tree is moderately vigorous and semi-spreading.  It is resistant to fire blight and mildew, but somewhat susceptible to cedar apple rust.

Winescrisp™ comes from the very famous "Co-op" program which is a cooperative effort of Purdue, Rutgers, and University of Illinois.




Height: 12-15
Spread: 10-15
Zone: 4-9
Color: Reddish-purple
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