‘September Sentinel’ apple.

Hampson, C.R. and MacDonald, R.A. (2013). "‘September Sentinel’ apple.", Journal of the American Pomological Society, 67(4), pp. 241-245.

Abstract

'September Sentinel' is a new red apple cultivar for home gardeners. The tree has a classic columnar growth habit and is resistant to apple scab. Bloom is early in the apple blossom season, similar in timing to 'McIntosh'. Fruit size averages 184 g, with soluble solids of 12.6% and titratable acidity of 0.56%. Fruit flesh firmness is about 73 N at maturity, which occurs in the third week of September at Summerland, B.C., Canada. Cold storage life of the fruit is short.

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