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Antietam Blush, Maryland's first native-grown apple variety, is on its way, but not in a hurry

It takes apples about five months to ripen, but the first variety developed in Maryland is taking a bit longer than that to fully mature. The University of Maryland has landed a long-awaited patent for an apple dubbed Antietam Blush, the first fruit of a painstaking breeding process launched nearly…
Source: Sun

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