Iodine is rolled onto apple slices at the lab of Kate Evans, the apple breeder at Washington State University, in Wenatchee, Wash., Sept. 30. Fruit breeders have been creating varieties of apples with flashy names like Cosmic Crisp, SnapDragon, and Opal, leaving Red Delicious and McIntosh behind and hoping to knock off recent favorites.
Iodine is rolled onto apple slices at the lab of Kate Evans, the apple breeder at Washington State University, in Wenatchee, Wash., Sept. 30. Fruit breeders have been creating varieties of apples with flashy names like Cosmic Crisp, SnapDragon, and Opal, leaving Red Delicious and McIntosh behind and hoping to knock off recent favorites. Ruth Fremson The New York Times
Iodine is rolled onto apple slices at the lab of Kate Evans, the apple breeder at Washington State University, in Wenatchee, Wash., Sept. 30. Fruit breeders have been creating varieties of apples with flashy names like Cosmic Crisp, SnapDragon, and Opal, leaving Red Delicious and McIntosh behind and hoping to knock off recent favorites. Ruth Fremson The New York Times

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