`TexPrince' is being released by Texas A&M University to provide a medium chilling, commercially acceptable peach that ripens after `Texstar' and with or a few days after `Juneprince' and `TexRoyal'. This large, freestone, attractive, yellow-flesh peach ripens early June in the medium chill zones of the United States. `TexPrince' is a replacement for `Juneprince' where `Juneprince' fruit inconsistently due to problems with insufficient chilling.
The ‘White Zest One’ peach is being released by Texas A&M AgriLife Research to provide a firm, attractive, sweet-acid, white-fleshed peach for the medium chill zone. This peach ripens in early to mid-June depending on the location. This new white
The Smooth Texan nectarine series is being released by Texas A&M University to provide high-quality, attractive, yellow-fleshed nectarines adapted in the medium chill zone of Texas and similar regions. These three early-ripening nectarines ripen
The Royal Zest peach series and the ‘Golden Zest’ peach are being released by Texas A&M AgriLife to provide firm, attractive, yellow-fleshed, high-quality peaches for the medium chill zone. The Zest peach series consist of five cultivars that ripen
The White Delight peach series is being released by Texas A&M University. These four new peach cultivars would supply high-quality, firm, attractive, subacid white-fleshed peaches over 6 weeks from late May until early July in the medium chill zone
‘Smooth Delight One’ and ‘Smooth Delight Two’ are being released by Texas A&M AgriLife to provide firm, attractive, subacid nectarines for the medium chill zone. This complementary pair of nectarines is subacid and ripens in mid-May to early June
and quality in 2004. Two-year and older trees of the selections budded onto Nemaguard rootstock were subsequently evaluated during the 2006 through 2010 fruit growing seasons in three locations: two medium chill sites (Floresville and College Station
‘Don Carlos INTA’ has been released by the San Pedro Experiment Station, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA) to provide a medium-chilling, commercially acceptable peach that ripens after ‘June Gold’ and with a local peach