Crop Conditions – Facts for Fancy Fruit

Crop Conditions

All of our fruit trees at the Meigs Horticulture Facility have a lot of fruit despite the late frosts we had this spring. We have been busy applying our cover sprays and even had to thin our Apples. We will also have a lot of Strawberries this year, they are starting to turn red this week with a lot of flowers still coming on.

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