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TopFruit Newsletter | March 2022

After two turbulent years of waves, peaks, masks, sanitizing, social distancing, and sometimes paranoia, it seems as if normality is slowly sprouting like green shoots in the spring. And are we all not longing to experience normality? It seems as if everything was in hibernation and that nothing happened during this period, but in agriculture, we can definitely say that our industry kept on moving behind the scenes and with, it seems, a robustness against COVID. We are thankful for...

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TopFruit Newsflash - Bingo Gala | February 2022

A very successful Bingo Gala field day was hosted this week, Wednesday 23 February, at Zuiderkruis Farms in the Hemel and Aarde Valley. The day was well attended by producers from various production areas.  Read more...

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TopFruit Newsflash – Bingo Gala Apple | February 2021

Bingo Gala is an exciting new blushed cherry red, stable Gala apple mutation discovered in Grabouw, South Africa. Read more.

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TopFruit Newsflash – Bingo Gala Apple & EDEN™ Pear | February 2021

Bingo Gala Bingo Gala is an exciting new blushed cherry red, stable Gala apple mutation discovered in Grabouw, South Africa. EDEN™ A very low chill pear from the Ben-Dor breeding programme of outstanding eating quality and excellent storage ability. Read more.

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New Gala variety from South Africa: Cherry red Bingo Gala – Freshplaza Oct 2019

South African apple orchards seem to have a propensity for Gala mutations. Cultivar management company TopFruit is now introducing one with striking commercial potential: a cherry red apple, named Bingo Gala.Read more…

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Bingo! Dié appel gaan Asië verras – Landbouweekblad Mei 2019

  Bingo, ‘n nuwe geslag blinkrooi Gala-appels, wat uit ‘n mutasie op Grabouw ontwikkel is, is nie net boervriendlik nie, maar kan ook ‘n deurbraak vir Suid-Afrika in die Asiese mark beteken. Lees meer…

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