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Springtime - also known as Fleury, Jasmin, Precoce Agenaise. It was created in Canada, and recognized as a variety in 1953 (Armstrong Nurseries from Ontario, Canada). This variety belongs to the parent combinations that gave rise to the varieties Springcrest, Starlite and Camden (4). The necessary number of hours for vernalization is 650. It ripens very early, about thirty days before Redhaven. The fruit is large and with a very prominent wart, and the basic color is greenish. Gives a medium abundant crop. The meat is white, soft, with a good aroma and satisfactory quality. The bone is not separated from the meat.
Moderately resistant to bacterial leaf spot.

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Hybrid created by crossing varieties Alamar x Gold Powder. It was recognized in 1959 (USDA, Fresno, California). Required number
hours at low temperatures for vernalization is 650. The tree is medium to very lush. A variety that gives high yields, and to some extent tolerates low temperatures well. It matures 18 days after Redhaven. The fruit is round in shape, attractive in appearance. The flesh is yellow, firm, juicy, very tasty and overall of good quality. The bone separates from the flesh. Sensitive to bacterial spot and fruit rot (Monilinia sp.) Still present in commercial production.

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Peach trees of sprin gold originated in the USA, as a result of complex hybridization. It was recognized for the variety in 1966 (USDA, Byron, Georgia). The required number of hours for vernalization is 850. It gives medium to high yields. It ripens early, 27 days before the Redhaven variety. The fruit is small to medium-sized, round in shape and sometimes with a pronounced wart. Attractive looking. The main disadvantages of this variety are the large number of fruits with a shooting stone, and the inadequate size of the fruit. The flesh is yellow, medium firm and of good quality. The stone is not separated from the meat. Shows sensitivity to bacterial leaf spot. This is one of the better varieties compared to other early varieties. Good transportation. It is still present in commercial production.

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