There's no "Golding" as an USDA named variety. It's sort of a family name.
Canterbury Golding 21681
East Kent Golding 21680
Eastwell Golding 21669
Kent Golding 21680
Petham Golding 68052
Savinja Golding 61020
Whitbread's Golding 21668
Yugoslavia Golding 61019
There IS a good chance that they are Kent Golding, which is the same as East Kent Golding. None of the other Goldings are very common.
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Last edited by david_42; 03-11-2008 at 02:32 AM.