Blushing Golden Apple


Apple trees can grow to a height of 30 feet and a width of 15 feet with a growth of 8 to 12 feet per year. They require rich soil, moderate watering, good drainage and full sun. When planting, space trees according to their ultimate size. To prevent corrective pruning later on, frequent light pruning during the tree's early years is required. It is recommended to prune mature trees to allow new growth and to permit sunlight to reach into the tree to discourage mildew. Scab is the most troublesome disease that affects apple trees. Fire blight, apple rust disease, black rot, and bitter rot can all be a problem as well as the following insect pests: aphids, red mite, flat-headed apple-tree borer, friot-tree bark beetle, codling moth, and apple maggots.


Translations: Nosarkdama Golden Apple, Rožinė Golden Apple, Îmbujorare măr de aur, Rumieniąc Golden Apple, Blozen Golden Apple, गोल्डन सेब शरमा, Краснея Golden Apple, Κοκκινίζοντας Golden Apple, احمرار التفاح الذهبي, 골든 애플 얼굴이 빨개, Červenat Golden Apple, Golden Apple memerah, 布拉兴金苹果, Sufocació Golden Apple, Crvenjenje Golden Apple, Červenať Golden Apple, Arrossendo Golden Apple, הסמקה תפוח הזהב, Rodnad Golden Apple, Црвењење злата јабука, ゴールデンアップルブラッシング, Rødmende Golden Apple, Rødmende Golden Apple, Sofoco Golden Apple, Червоніючи Golden Apple, Punastella Golden Apple, Изчервяването Golden Apple


History: The apple was created by J.V. Fifty around the year 1765. He was an amazing cook and was preparing a dish made of apples. He thought that he needed more of lush taste to the apple so he went and created his Golden Blushing Apple. Afterwards he slapped his knee and told his maid to lay get the !@%# out of his house.



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