Nominations:University of Minnesota Fruit-Breeding Program

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Runner-up Nominations

Honeycrisp apple This apple was created at the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Stations Horticultural Research Center and was named as our state fruit in 2006 by the legislature. It's explosively crisp, well-known, widely grown, and retains its color well. The 2006 Better World Report selected the U of M's development of Honeycrisp as one of the top 25 innovations in over the last decade.
~Monica Wright

Honeycrisp Apple Developed at the University of Minnesota. A honey of a treat grown in Minnesota.
~Minnesota Four BJCY, Oakdale, MN

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