Apple tree resistant to blight recommendations, please

ducks4you

Garden Master
Joined
Sep 4, 2009
Messages
6,486
Reaction score
3,833
Points
377
Location
East Central IL, Was Zone 6, Now...maybe Zone 5
As you know I have hacked my old, red and very sweet fruited (no idea of which kind) apple tree. It looks like it might recover, and I even bought copper fungicide to treat it with this year. My Johnathan apple tree looks like it has some limbs that also need removal. As you know my horses have the 3rd apple tree, a GD, and I removed a big limb that looked suspicious there, too.
It's been 5 years since the other GD apple tree died and the stump has rotted away. I want to plant a new tree in and close to where it was.
Can you recommend a blight resistant variety that I can also taste test?
As always, THANKS!!!! :hugs:hugs:hugs:hugs:hugs
 

Jared77

Garden Addicted
Joined
Aug 1, 2010
Messages
2,616
Reaction score
971
Points
277
Location
Howell Zone 5
Is liberty a good pollinator like GD? Or do you have a pollinator that works well with Liberty on the property already?
 
Top