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Cider School #9: The History of Apple Culture in the US with Gidon Coll of Original Sin Cider - Shared screen with speaker view
Ron Sansone
22:42
looks great!!
seanconnolly
23:01
Fantastic. So interesting already!!!
Ploughman Cider
23:22
could we get this ppt later?
Emily Kovach
23:28
Thanks for waiting so long newcomers! Apologies for any frustration
katiecampos
23:43
No worries! Worth the wait!
Emily Kovach
23:49
YES, we'll have links the notes and the video after the class on Cider Culture, prob tomorrow morning
Hugh Mckellar - Real Cider Reviews
36:05
Few Aussie apples on that list
Ploughman Cider
38:37
I was interested in that red flashed apples slide
Terry Widenhofer
39:04
what was the name of that apple?
Hugh Mckellar - Real Cider Reviews
39:47
I’ve heard that a lot of varieties were lost during americas probation, Is there much truth in that?
seanconnolly
40:12
Being a West Coast guy (but originally from Massachusetts), got an insider/historical information on single varietals that ultimately made there way west of the Mississippi. Any insights, or sources where I could deeper dive into the (further) westward migration of American cultivars?
seanconnolly
40:23
Oops, got *any
Erica Jeter
40:29
Gidon, what was the one Southern apple that the Downing's mentioned? Asking from Virginia.
Windle
43:19
Does anything remain from Prince Orchard in Flushing?
Mark
43:26
Loved this presentation! Thank you. Have you found any evidence about the flavor of apples or ciders from seedling apples that grew on one farm and were never grafted?
seanconnolly
43:41
Sweet, thanks! My email address is ciderexperience@gmail.com
John Hoyos
44:49
Hi Gidon. You talked about the US focusing on growing/making their own varieties rather than trying to import other varieties to grow. How do you see the US market being able to support this when the only outlet for this fruit is really good cider that needs to command a fair price to make it worthwhile for all parties?
seanconnolly
47:36
Hey Emily and Gideon, can I ask another question? It’s about the historic influence of French apple varieties on U.
seanconnolly
48:05
S heirloom apple cultivation. I can ask the Q via video...
Susan Greene
48:18
have you grafted trees for any other countries?
Emily Kovach
48:27
Yeah Sean of course! Jump on in after this Q is wrapped up
Erica Jeter
48:33
I left for a sec. did you say the one southern apple that the Downings mentioned in their book?
Ploughman Cider
51:34
French varieties are producing exceedingly well in southern pa. early results
Chris Gottschalk
52:21
Gidon, I can talk on the prospects of cider breeding if there is interest in further exploring that subject.
dmiles
56:28
What are you recommending for rootstocks on cider apples?
Windle
01:02:03
Random plug: The Cider Exchange is tasting through various red fleshed ciders on our bi-weekly zoom call tomorrow night
Windle
01:02:11
Presentation was great!
katiecampos
01:02:12
I love cider school! Thank you!
Ploughman Cider
01:02:22
thanks everybody
seanconnolly
01:02:24
Thank you, this was wonderful. So interesting. I’ve been [Cider] schooled!
dmiles
01:02:25
Thanks
Terry Widenhofer
01:02:25
Great information! Thanks so much!
Ron Sansone
01:02:27
cider exchange on facebook!
Erica Jeter
01:02:36
Love it, thank you EMily!