Describes a new and distinct peach variety which originated from a hand pollinated cross of Ark. 392 (non-patented) x Ark. 433N (non-patented) made in 1993 at the University of Arkansas Fruit Substation, Clarksville. This new peach variety can be distinguished by its features of mid-season ripening, high yields of high-quality, attractive, freestone, firm, low-acid, white-flesh fruits, and good plant vigor along with good resistance to bacterial spot disease.
University of Arkansas, division of Agriculture (Fayetteville, AR)
Clark, John R. and Moore, James N., "Peach tree--named 'White County' cultivar" (2007). Patents Granted. 104.