Braeburn

Its seedling was coincidentally discovered in New Zealand in 1952. Its trees grow weak. It is a spur type. It blossoms early; it bears fruit early. Its fruit yield is abundant. It requires thinning. It is medium-vulnerable to fire blight disease. It is self-compatible. It is tolerant to blackspot bruising. Its fruit is sweet; it has a very good aroma and a brittle and tempting taste.
It is conical shaped and medium-sized. It is flame-coloured on yellow background. It grows weak. It is a spur type. It blossoms early; it bears fruit early. Its fruit yield is abundant. It requires thinning. It is medium-vulnerable to fire blight disease. It is self-compatible. Harvest time the end of October. It ripens earlier than Fuji.
Its rootstocks are M9, B9, M26, M7 and MM106.