Lodi Apple Tree
The Apple, Lodi, Malus x domestica, produces juicy, yellow apples with thick skin. They are medium to large and its flesh is tart, crisp and acidic, but has some sweetness. Lodi is good for sauces and pies. Inside, the white flesh is tender, soft and juicy. Because it is a tender apple, it makes a wonderful applesauce. The apples cook down very quickly, preserving more of the flavor. The apples are ready for an early harvest from mid-July to August. Pollinators can be Jonathan or Yellow Delicious. There are varieties of apples suitable for almost all of the climate zones in the United States. They prefer cold winters, moderate summer and high humidity. Apples are deciduous and must be pollinated in order to produce fruit. Apple trees should be pruned in summer and winter. Fruit trees need a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunlight daily, and they need regular watering.
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