Rock Pippin of Eastern New York

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A variety is grown under this name in Eastern New York, particularly in Dutchess county.
Flesh quality
very firm, rather hard, a little coarse, somewhat crisp, rather tender, aromatic, juicy, sprightly subacid, good but not high in flavor
Flesh color
white, yellow tinged
Skin quality
moderately thick, tough, smooth or slightly roughened with russet dots
Skin color
pink-red, green, yellow
medium, above medium, below medium
round, unequal sides, oblate, uniform, regular
Keeping quality
Keeps very late. In some seasons it is inclined to scab. It does not average as large as Baldwin and grades less No. 1 fruit than that variety. Its commercial season in ordinary storage extends to April and in cold storage to June or July.
General quality