Springred


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NewZealand-Haistings

Maturity based on Hastings

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Nectarine. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Alexandra, Central Otago +21 days
  • Marlborough +3-4 days
  • Havelock +2 days
  • Twyford -7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer


icon-nectarine Springred

A mid-season heavy and regular cropping yellow fleshed nectarine.

  Origin: Fred Anderson, Merced, California, 1974
  Parentage: Summergrand op
  Synonym/Breeder Ref#: Anderson 26P430B
  Protection & Royalties:

NR No Royalties

Fruit

External

  Maturity: January 4 based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings
  Fruit Size: Medium to large 
  Fruit Shape:

Rounded and slightly Ovate

  Skin Colour: Attractive cherry bright skin

Internal

  Flesh Colour: Yellow
  Flesh Texture:

Smooth and fine

  Flavour:

Very good high sugar and medium Acid

  Stone:

Semi-clingstone

Tree

  Cropping: Good
  Blossom: Pink; Mid-season
  Pollination: Self-fertile
  Vigour: Medium
  Tree Habit/Form: Very hardy

Notes

 

The thick skin of Springred has caused it to be dubbed the "plastic nectarine'.  
It has excellent handling characteristics and resistance to brown rot.
It is extremely reliable in its cropping. 

 

Shapes of Nectarine Key

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Oblong
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Ovate
peach-nectarine-Rounded
Rounded
peach-nectarine-Slightly-Flat
Slightly
Flat
peach-nectarine-Asymmetric
Asymmetric
peach-nectarine-Symmetric
Symmetric
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Platycarpic
 
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