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Media Files - KORU® Plumac c.v.

Welcome to the media resource website page

The collateral provided on this page can only be used for the promotion of the KORU® plumac c.v. Unauthorized use of any image and other creative work in this site is strictly forbidden. Please email us to discuss your needs and to receive permission to use the marketing text, photography and graphics provided. Any dissemination or use of this information by a person other than the intended recipient is unauthorized and may be illegal. Thank you. 


Colour formats

Every screen and printer will reproduce colours slightly differently. By standardizing the colours, different manufacturers in different locations can all refer to the Pantone system to make sure colors match as closely as possible. The colour specification is a guide only. The CMYK and RGB breakdown is not a literal translation of the Pantone colour. There can be very drastic differences in color when you choose a Pantone color and then print as four-color process (CMYK).

We recommend that you always compare an official Pantone swatch to a CMYK proof, before committing to a print run, so all parties will be aware of possible color shifts.

KORU LogoSpecification 130801-colours

KORU® Plumac c.v. Red

PANTONE = 1795

CMYK = 0/96/90/2

RGB =205/32/44
  • PANTONE - Can be reproduced in economical spot color printing. Also known as Spot colour or PMS.
  • CMYK - C (cyan) M (magenta) Y (yellow) and K (black). Suitable for photocopiers, off set printing.
  • RGB - R (red) G (green) B (blue) colors. Used in electronic formats such as a computer screen.
  • Black / white - Grayscale is suitable for grayscale or black and white photocopying and faxing.


File formats

Which file format you use, will depend on what you are using it for.

  • .jpg 
    (PIXEL) Not editable or scalable. 
    Use for: Powerpoint, MS Word
    Suitable for viewing on screen and fixed resolution printing, if the file is scaled up it will start to loose its quality.
    .jpg file formats are made from pixels, (dots/pixels per inch) the more dots/pixles per inch (DPI/PPI) the better the qualitiy for a file. 
    300dpi is commonly used for printing, and 72dpi is commonly used for the internet. Our .jpgs are supplied at 300dpi.
  • .png 
    (PIXEL) Not editable or scalable.
    Use for: Website
    This file format is simlar to a .jpg file, however it also has a transparet background. 
  • .pdf 
    (SHAPE) Editable and scalable.
    Use for: Printing, Signwriting, Monogramming
    Perfect for printing, signwriting, monogramming.
    Our logos saved to this format, are made up of shapes (not pixels) so that this ile is can can be scaled indefinitely with out loosing quality.

Home Gardeners (2)

Gumboot

Home Gardeners / small quantity orders:

If you are looking for some tips and tricks on growing and maintaining your fruit trees, or if you would like to order a small quantity of trees for your garden or lifestyle property, please visit our home gardener section

Regional Maturity - Plum

NewZealand-Haistings

Maturity based on Hastings

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Plum. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Alexandra, Central Otago +21 days
  • Marlborough +3-4 days
  • Havelock +2 days
  • Twyford 5-7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Pear

NewZealand-Nelson

Maturity based on Nelson

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Pear. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Nelson. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below:

  • Hastings -7 days
  • Gisborne -14 days
  • Canterbury +7 days
  • Central Otago +14 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Peach

NewZealand-Haistings

Maturity based on Hastings

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Peach. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Alexandra, Central Otago +21 days
  • Marlborough +3-4 days
  • Havelock +2 days
  • Twyford -7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Nectarine

NewZealand-Haistings

Maturity based on Hastings

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Nectarine. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Alexandra, Central Otago +21 days
  • Marlborough +3-4 days
  • Havelock +2 days
  • Twyford -7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Apricot

NewZealand-CentralOtago

Maturity based on Alexandra in Central Otago

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Apricot. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Alexandra in Central Otago. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Marlborough -7-10 days
  • Hawkes Bay -21 days
  • Twyford -7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Cherry

NewZealand-CentralOtago

Maturity based on Alexandra in Central Otago

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Cherry. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Alexandra in Central Otago. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Marlborough -10 days
  • Havelock = -16 days
  • Hastings = -18 days
  • Twyford -22 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Regional Maturity - Apple

NewZealand-Haistings

Maturity based on Hastings

The Maturity Chart is a general guide for each variety of Apple. The dates are based on Commercial Harvesting dates in Hastings. If you are planting in a different district, please adjust these dates as below: 

  • Alexandra, Central Otago +21 days
  • Marlborough +3-4 days
  • Havelock +2 days
  • Twyford -7 days
  • BOP/Waikato +2-5 days
NOTE: We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart... See our Maturity Disclaimer

Colour Code Legend Long

ColourCodeonTree

Below are the colours of the paint that we use to manage our Fruit Trees. These colours can vary from year to year so please refer to our "Colour Codes by Year" section to identify your plants.

Colour Pantone
Black icon-colourcode fruittree_black
Blue (Light) icon-colourcode fruittree_BlueLight
Blue icon-colourcode fruittree_blue
Blue Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_blue
Brown icon-colourcode fruittree_Brown
Crimson icon-colourcode fruittree_Crimson
Green (Light) icon-colourcode fruittree_GreenLight
Green Dark icon-colourcode fruittree_GreenDark
Green Mint Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_Mint
Green Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_GreenLight
Grey icon-colourcode fruittree_Grey
Orange icon-colourcode fruittree_Orange
Orange Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_Orange
Pink icon-colourcode fruittree_Pink
Pink Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_Pink
Purple icon-colourcode fruittree_Purple
Purple Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_Purple
Red icon-colourcode fruittree_Red
Teal icon-colourcode fruittree_Teal
White icon-colourcode fruittree_White
White Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_White
Yellow icon-colourcode fruittree_Yellow
Yellow Labels icon-colourcode fruittree_Yellow

 

What is Pantone (pms)?

This is a Color Matching System, used to ensure that colors remain as consistent as possible. The Pantone colours above are the closest match to the paint that we use on our trees at the nursery.

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We will be in touch to confirm availability within 2 weeks. 

Just a reminder that your order date is based on the date your deposit is received.

We are delighted to have you as a customer of McGrath Nurseries Ltd.

 

Thank you for your business!

- Andy McGrath
McGrath Nurseries, Ltd

 


McGrath Nurseries
Specialist Fruit Tree Nurserymen

Physical Address:
3/1628 Cambridge Rd,
SH 1, Cambridge,
New Zealand

Mailing Address:
3/1628 Cambridge Rd,
RD3 Hamilton 3283,
New Zealand

P: +64 7 827 8281

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Commercial Growers

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Commercial Growers / Large Quantity Orders

View our wide range of fruit trees and rootstocks
along with our comprehensive guidelines to
select the best fruit tree varieties for your orchard. 

Colour Code Legend (2)

ColourCodeonTree

Below are the colours of the paint that we use to manage our Fruit Trees. These colours can vary from year to year so please refer to our "Colour Codes by Year" section to identify your plants. 

Colour Pantone
Black 433
Blue, Light 291
Blue 288
Blue, Labels 545
Brown 469
Crimson 228
Green, Light 382 2x
Green, Dark 3435
Green, Mint Labels 358
Green, Labels 382 2x
Grey 429
Orange 21
Orange Labels 21
Pink 210
Pink, Labels 212
Purple Violet 2x
Purple Labels 528
Red 485 2x
Teal 808 2x
White  
White Labels  
Yellow 803
Yellow, Labels 803

 

What is Pantone (pms)?

This is a Color Matching System, used to ensure that colors remain as consistent as possible. The Pantone colours above are the closest match to the paint that we use on our trees at the nursery.

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Colour Code Legend

McGrathColour Code on Tree

Below are the colours of the paint that we use to manage our Fruit Trees. These colours can vary from year to year so please refer to our "Colour Codes by Year" section to identify your plants.

Colour Pantone
Black 433 icon-colourcode fruittree_Black-half
Blue (Light) 291 icon-colourcode fruittree_BlueLight-half
Blue 288 icon-colourcode fruittree_Blue-half
Blue Labels 545 icon-colourcode fruittree_BlueLight-Label-half
Brown 469 icon-colourcode fruittree_Brown-half
Crimson 228 icon-colourcode fruittree_Crimson-half
Green (Light) 368 icon-colourcode fruittree_GreenLight-half
Green Dark 3435 icon-colourcode fruittree_GreenDark-half
Green Mint Labels 358 icon-colourcode fruittree_Mint-Label-half
Green Labels 382 2x icon-colourcode fruittree_Green-half-Labels
Grey 429 icon-colourcode fruittree_Grey-half
Orange 21 icon-colourcode fruittree_Orange-half
Orange Labels 21 icon-colourcode fruittree_Orange-half-Label
Pink 210 icon-colourcode fruittree_Pink-half
Pink Labels 212 icon-colourcode fruittree_Pink-half-Label
Purple Violet 2x icon-colourcode fruittree_Purple-half
Purple Labels 528 icon-colourcode fruittree_Purple_half-Label
Red 485 2x icon-colourcode fruittree_Red-half
Teal 808 2x icon-colourcode fruittree_Teal-half
White   icon-colourcode fruittree_White-half
White Labels   icon-colourcode fruittree_White-Label-half
Yellow 803 icon-colourcode fruittree_Yellow-half
Yellow Labels 803 icon-colourcode fruittree_Yellow-half-label

 

What is Pantone (pms)?

This is a Color Matching System, used to ensure that colors remain as consistent as possible. The Pantone colours above are the closest match to the paint that we use on our trees at the nursery.

ColourCodeOnLables-P1040181

Welcome to McGrath Nurseries

Specialist Fruit Tree Nurserymen

McGrath Nurseries specialises in growing deciduous fruit trees.  We are specialists in the production of apple, pear, peach, nectarine, apricot, plum and cherry trees.  We have been at the leading edge of production of high quality fruit trees and fruit variety introduction for nearly 40 years.

Fruit varieties and rootstocks introduced by McGrath Nurseries have become the backbone of a large part of the fruit industry.  Our focus is the continual improvement of nursery production systems and fruit varieties using scientific methodology.

Our reputation is for high quality trees and quality performing varieties.  We regard ourselves as a technology bridge and service provider to growers and consumers.

Colour Key

icon-red Apples
icon-orange Apricot
icon-burgandy Cherry - Red Fleshed
icon-yellow Cherry - White Fleshed
icon-paleyellow Nectarines - Yellow Fleshed
icon-lightblue Nectarines - White Fleshed
icon-peach-yellow-fleshed Peach - Yellow Fleshed
icon-peach-White-Fleshed Peach - White Fleshed
icon-purple Plum
icon-beige Pear

icon-green

Exclusively available from McGrath Nurseries 

Plant License Key

R Tree Royalty Payable
PBR Restricted Sales Production Based Royalties
® Registered Trademark
Trademark
NR No Royalties
TA Test Agreement Required
(Note: This is not an offer for sale of trees, only the right to test the selection. Trees may remain the property of the breeder/owner)

Regional Maturity

New-Zealand

This is a general guide for the maturity for each variety based on a specific area in New Zealand. For other districts, see the guides beside the maturity chart.

Apple, Peach, Plum and Nectarine dates in the Maturity Charts are based on Hastings.

Apricot and Cherry dates in the Maturity Charts are based on Alexandra, Central Otago.

Pear dates in the Maturity Charts are based in Nelson.

Maturity Disclaimer

McGrath Nurseries have used their best endeavours to ensure this chart is accurate, however, it should be used as a guide only.

We do not accept any responsibility for harm, loss or damage caused or resulting from your use or reliance on any of the information contained in this chart in the event that any of that information is inaccurate or incomplete. Maturity information on some new varieties has been based totally on overseas data, not local experience and therefore may not be accurate.

We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you make any decisions in reliance on this chart and rely on your own inquiries in relation to any district performance relative to the standard timings indicated.

Order your trees direct from McGrath Nurseries

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We have been producing quality fruit trees in New Zealand since 1980 and have developed a reputation as leaders in the selection and development of new varieties.
Please contact the team at McGrath Nurseries to discuss your plans and order your fruit trees. View our range of Fruit Trees...

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