Discovered near Chehalis, WA in 1937, it resembles the well known Golden Delicious in both flavour and appearance, but Chehalis is usually a larger fruit with crisper texture. Makes a good baking apple providing they don't all get eaten fresh first! Reliable, productive tree is scab and mildew resistant. Some sources consider Chehalis to be totally self pollinating.
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Besides selecting the most disease resistant varieties, there are
a few simple things to do to have better apples.