Russet 🎨 RGB Color Code: #80461B
The hexadecimal RGB code of Russet color is #80461B. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 80 red (128/256), a 46 green (70/256) and a 1B blue component (27/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(128,70,27). Closest WebSafe color: Auburn (#993333)
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Russet apples are varieties and cultivars of apples that regularly exhibit russeting, partial or complete coverage with rough patches of greenish-brown
Russet may refer to: Russet (cloth), a coarse woolen cloth of brown or grey colour Russet (color), a pale reddish brown color Russeting, reddish-brown
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Russeting or russetting is an abnormality of fruit skin which manifests in russet-colored (brownish) patches that are rougher than healthy skin. It is
'English Russet' is an old cultivar of domesticated apple which keeps exceptionally well in storage. It is a russet apple that makes good cider, is used
Russet Burbank is a potato cultivar with dark brown skin and few eyes that is the most widely grown potato in North America. A russet type, its flesh
Golden Russet is an old American cultivar of domesticated apple which is excellent for fresh eating as well as for apple cider production. It is a russet apple
Russet is a dark brown color with a reddish-orange tinge. As a tertiary color, russet is an equal mix of orange and purple pigments. The first recorded
The 'Roxbury Russet' is an apple cultivar, believed to be the oldest apple cultivar bred in the United States, having first been discovered and named in
The Knobby Russet, also known as Knobbed Russet, Winter Russet, Old Maids, and Winter Apple, is a large green and yellow apple cultivar with a rough and
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