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WAMC New York News
Fri August 6, 2004
Hardy Apple Trees Not so Hardy
By Pat Bradley
Plattsburgh, NY – Orchardists say they normally lose about a dozen apple trees each year. But the weather this past winter led to the deaths of trees that even scientists thought were hardy enough for the conditions. While apple growers in northern New York are dealing with the loss of almost 25-thousand trees, the overall apple crop in the state is predicted to be quite good. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.