Apple tree named Co-Op 30`

Daniel F Dayton (Inventor), James B Mowry (Inventor), Schuyler S Korban (Inventor), Donna R Mowry (Inventor)

Research output: Patent


The cultivar of the present invention, designated `Co-op 30`, is a new and distinct cultivar of apple Tree (Malus.times.domestica Borkh.). It was discovered in October of 1978 at West Lafayette, Ind., in the course of an attempt to develop improved apple cultivars with high fruit quality and resistance to Venturia inaequalis (Cke.) Wint., the causal agent of the scab disease of apple. The tree is a seedling of known parentage planted in May of 1972 in the CL Block of the apple breeding orchard on the old Clark Farm tract of the Purdue Horticulture Research Farm, West Lafayette, Ind. In the above mentioned block, its position was Row 4, Tree 38, having the designation PRI 2693-1 in the breeding records.
Original languageEnglish (US)
U.S. patent numberPP9193
Filing date6/2/93
StatePublished - Jul 11 1995


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