Posted: 12/09/2014 at 17:59
I have the same problem with some of mine NewBoy2. They will store for a while but are far more prone to rot. I put the ones with no holes at the bottom of the sack and the holey ones at the top so they get used first.
Most of the varieties I now grow have good slug resistance - Kestrel were untouched this year so I recommend those if you have a lot of slug damage. Also the Pink Fir Apple (which I lifted today) are completely hole-free but are small and knobbly so a bit of a pain to use in the kitchen although worth it as they taste fantastic!