Q. What is the ideal Humidity, solar radiation, wind, temperature and rain fall for pink lady apples trees?
Pink Lady apples are not grown by commercial growers in the United States but are common variety in Australia where they were developed. A reliably warm climate is necessary, USDA zones 8a through 10b. Only 200 to 400 chill hours are necessary and the apples will thrive in warm tempertures as long as moiture is adequate and soil drains well.
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