Apple crop under threat after cold snap follows early spring
April 11, 2016 By CBC News
April 11, 2016 – Apple farmers in the East worry the late-season Arctic blast could take a big bite from their budding crops.
“It definitely was cold enough so that there could be some catastrophic damage to the majority of the apple crop,” said Jake Samascott, whose family grows about 100 acres of apples on their farm south of Albany. READ MORE
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