Fruit grower Ken Morrish was left stunned when he found a golden delicious apple on his tree split exactly half green, half red down the middle. Mr Morrish, 72, who has been harvesting the apples from trees in his garden for 45 years, said: "It's truly amazing. "It looks as if a green apple and a red apple has been cut in half and stuck together." Experts believe that the odds of finding an apple with such a perfect line between the green and the red are more than a million to one. John Breach, chairman of the British Independent Fruit Growers Association, told the Daily Mail: "I've never seen this happen before to a golden delicious. It is extremely rare. It is an extreme mutation".
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