Oct 15, 2012
Fall tradition hit hard

Michigan apple farmers suffered their largest crop loss since the 1940’s this year. Early spring warmth followed by hard frosts killed fruit tree buds. The harvest is not all in yet, but state officials predict a 90 percent reduction in apple yield. WKAR’s Melissa Benmark spoke with Michigan Apple Committee executive director Diane Smith about how farmers are coping. WKAR

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