Story: Stone fruit and the summerfruit industry
The Fortune plum was bred in the United States and released in New Zealand in the mid-1980s. Fruit are large and juicy, and both the skin and flesh redden when ripe. The Fortune plum is tolerant to bacterial disease and keeps well.
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Photograph by G. R. Roberts
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