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WAMC New York News
Tue October 11, 2005
Warm Fall Means Greener Apples and Less Profits For Orchardists
By Pat Bradley
Plattsburgh, NY – The unusually warm fall has slowed the ripening of some apple varieties, particularly the McIntosh, Vermont and northern New York's dominant apple variety. The lack of color could also mean a lack of profits for some growers. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.