I am successful in storing apples in bulk in a cellar; find Winesap to keep best.
They are then to be used as "stocks" on which to graft Baldwin, Winesap or other varieties.
Keep them successfully over winter in bulk in the cellar for family use; Winesap keeps best.
I consider the Winesap the best, as it has paid me the best, and I am planting for winter profit only these two.
Missouri Pippin does well; Winesap bears enormously, but is too small, and gets smaller as the trees get older.
I store in an out cellar covered with dirt, in barrels, and find Winesap keeps the best.
I have stored some in barrels in cellar, and all kept well, Winesap perhaps a little the better.
It is much like Winesap, requiring more moisture than other varieties.
The Yellow Newtown is quite a large apple, and it is superior in quality to the Winesap.
It is conceded to be a seedling of the Black Twig (said to be a misnomer for the Winesap).