I am a transplant from S. Ohio to Middle TN and am not familiar with cedar rust tolerant apple trees. When I first moved here I planted a few apple trees. Some have done OK and others not so great. Cedar-apple rust is a big problem around here and after talking to the locals they all pretty much gave up on growing apples around their farms/homestead/etc. I've done a bit of research and found trees that a very resistant to cedar-apple rust but when it comes to what type of apple I am getting I am lost. Any of you growing any cedar-apple rust tolerant trees? What's the name if so? What do you think of the apples? I've pretty much decided that I will scour the ends of the earth in order to find an acceptable apple tree (or a few) because I will not be denied my apples. But at this point it's not that cheap to have them shipped here and I have no clue in really what I am getting. Any advice would be appreciated. I've lost a few trees already that were not cedar-apple rust tolerant and 3-5 I have managed to control it. However it's only a matter of time before I lose them all. I'd much rather start anew, order 5-10 trees and get the process under way right now vs having to do it in a couple years anyway. I've talked to 2 different local nurseries and even to the folks at Tractor Supply, but when it comes to cedar-apple rust they have no answers/products to offer. Any advice, experience, or type of apple trees anyone is growing here that is offered up that deals with cedar-apple rust would be appreciated.