An Australian custard apple variety
Exclusive to ANFIC
This exciting new custard apple variety sets heavy fruit crops without the need for hand pollination (41% set vs 3% of standard varieties).
It is a self pollinating sport from Hillary Pinks Mammoth.
This variety is well suited to high density, mechanically pruned orchard systems for viable production systems.
Timely pruning to encourage out of season flowering will make reliable Spring/early Summer fruit possible in suitable climates.
The KJ Pinks Custard Apple variety (PBR#2002/049) has been recently awarded Plant Breeders Rights in Australia and is protected from illegal propagation.
See the Plant Varieties Journal Volume 1: