Apple, Crimson Crisp (BUD-9)
This new, outstanding, scab-free variety is shaded a beautiful blushed red while the creamy white flesh is crunchy and juicy. The balance of tart and sweet gives it a distinct, rich flavor. It pollinates other diploids in the same season. The tree is spreading and easy to maintain, making it an ideal tree for fruit growers and homeowners.
Budagovsky 9 (B 9): A cross between M 8 and Red Standard, a hardy rootstock of Russian origin. A full dwarf rootstock producing a tree with the same vigor as M 9. Requires staking or other support to keep anchored. Extremely cold hardy and resistant to collar rot. Mildly resistant to powdery mildew and scab, developed at the Michuinsk College of Agriculture in Russia.