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Robada apricot

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Tommoz starts with ...
Does anyone grow this?

It's taste has rated highly and it can grow in areas with virtually no chill.
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19th July 2013 12:30am
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Magpie says...
As far as I know Tomm it's pretty scarce here in Aus, but I have seen it mentioned in this organisation's literature. Contacting them may lead you to a source. Hope it helps a bit as the fruit looks yummy!
http://www.summerfruit.com.au
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Boris Spasky says...
You' ve been spending too long on Dave Wilson. It has been grown in Australia for some time.
Under PBR and license so you will need to buy 500 trees. Orange red is better and a parent of Robada.
Robada still needs adequate chill. Probably not super high, but 600 would be a good starting point.
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Tommoz says...
http://hortsci.ashspublications.org/content/44/2/469.full

The above says Orange Red is high chill and has problems fruiting in Spain. So I think this rules out almost everything for me except Blenheim and apriums.
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