New York apple growers turned out in force for a marketing push designed to help consumers connect with the producers themselves.
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“With some varieties, it is possible that very high-density systems would only have potential when orchard lifespan is short or when fruit prices are very high during the early years of an orchard life.”
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Fruit Growers News traveled to Washington State in early October to work on a variety of apple stories. Here are some snapshots from that trip.
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Apple lovers in central New York can crunch into two new breeds of apples developed by a professor at Cornell University that are only available for o... more »
One bad apple crop is to be expected occasionally, given Vermont’s frigid northerly climate – but not this year.
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For the first time Kissabel, the new range of apples with colored flesh – from pink to intense red – will have its own showcase at Fruit Attractio... more »
Developing the next generation of hops and apples, including the much-anticipated Cosmic Crisp apple, researchers at Washington State University shar... more »
With a fresh, bold look and exciting new direction, it’s only natural that Wenatchee, Washington-based Starr Ranch Growers would shine its PMA Fresh... more »
Hard apple cider is growing in popularity around the country, and craft ciders from small cideries are the fastest growing segment of that market.
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Canada has huge opportunities for fruit exports to Europe that are being left unrealized, despite the opening up of trade between EU countries and the... more »
Lonely Planet, an international travel guidebook publisher, has recognized Apple Annie's as the best place to eat apple pie in the world. The four-gen... more »
Nestled in the hills of Adams County, Pennsylvania lies a fifth-generation family farm, Boyer Nurseries & Orchards.
Purchased in 1900 by the pa... more »