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comment Was the Granny Smith Apple the first green skinned apple widely propagated?
Here's one vote to reopen. Apples normally turn red when they're ripe - at some point, humans created or found a variety that stayed green and started propagating it. That's an historical event, and asking when it happened strikes me as a perfectly good question for this site. I suppose 'widely propagated' is kind of vague - maybe Xiao could specify the country or countries that interest him.