Parentage: Toko x
Color: Pink stripe over green
Harvest: Mid to late August
Fruit: Small to medium, round to oblate, and regular. The cavity is shallow and quite open (obtuse) with a short to medium stem, generally thick and often enlarged at the end. The basin is shallow, opened, often ridged with a small closed calyx. The lenticels are light tan colored, distinct and may be enlarged and irregular shaped. Fruit color is often quite poor in this area with less than 50% of the surface showing pink color. Color is only medium bright and often light or muddy pink. Senshu resembles
Tree: Moderately vigorous, somewhat spreading, and open. Productivity has been moderate to poorer. Bloom is mid-season to somewhat later. Trees are moderately susceptible to scab and cedar apple rust and resistant to powdery mildew. Moderately susceptible to rosy apple aphid, European red mite, Japanese beetle and spotted tentiform leafminer. Highly susceptible to white apple leafhopper.
Market Potential: Limited