|Origin||Ralls × Delicious, Tohoku Horticultural Research Station, Morioka, Japan, first selected in 1939 as Tohoku 7, named Fuji and introduced in 1962.|
|Tree||Medium vigour, straggly with long weeping branches.|
|Disease status||Resistant to scab, some resistance to powdery mildew.|
|Chilling requirement||Medium, 575 hours; red strains similar.|
|Blossom and pollination||
Mid season, long bloom.|
Granny Smith, Delicious, Bonza, Gala, Golden Delicious; red strains similar but will not cross-pollinate each other.
|Fruit shape||Medium but can be smallish, flat conical.|
|Skin and flesh||
Pink-red striped on 50–80% of surface; can look dull.|
Excellent eating quality, yellowish, firm, crisp and juicy with lots of flavour.
|Harvest and yield||
2–3 weeks after Delicious, before Granny Smith; red strains similar.|
Can be very biennial and needs some crop regulation for size as well as return bloom.
|Storage||Long; red strains similar; scalds.|
Aki Fu No. 1 - Medium, less flat and more conical than Fuji, less colour than others, may be firmer thanFuji.
Aki Fu No. 7 - Medium, less flat and more conical than Fuji, more variable than Naga Fu selections, sometrees showing promise, bright pink-red colour, may be firmer than Fuji.
Naga Fu No. 1 - Medium, less flat and more conical than Fuji, similar to Naga Fu 2 but with less colourand more semi-striped; may be firmer than Fuji.
Naga Fu No. 2 - Medium, less flat and more conical than Fuji, probably best colour so far, mostly solidred; can russet, especially on young trees; may be firmer than Fuji.
Naga Fu No. 6 - Striped selection of Naga Fu 2, medium red and broken stripe, less susceptible to russetthan Naga Fu 2, prone to reversion.
Naga Fu No. 12 - Striped selection of Naga Fu 2, may suit warmer districts, dull inconspicuous red stripe,more susceptible to russet than Naga Fu 6.
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.12 Apple varieties.