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‘Priam’ is a new fall red apple with resistance to apple scab caused by Venturia inaequalis (Cke.) Wint. ripening close to ‘Jonathan’ and about one week before ‘Delicious’ (Fig. 1).

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‘McShay’ is an attractive, excellent quality apple (Malus × domestica Borkh.) with field immunity to apple scab. The fruit is similar in color, flavor, and texture to ‘McIntosh’. ‘McShay’ is named in honor of the late J. Ralph Shay and is a late fall dessert apple well-adapted to Oregon's Willamette Valley. ‘McShay’ is the ninth cultivar to be released by the cooperative apple breeding program of Indiana, Illinois, and New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Stations.

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