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PICK YOU OWN 9AM-5PM 7 DAYS
THIS WEEK SEPT 16-20
MCINTOSH ,CORTLAND ,GALA,
FARM MARKET IS OPEN 9AM TO 6 PM
Apple picking bags are to be purchased prior to entering the orchard from the outside building (weekends only ) or from our farm market ,during Mon-Fri We are currently using the same pick your own bags we have always used, They do not fall under the plastic bag law . Blue jay is currently in search of an alternative to these bags but this years supply had been purchase prior to any new laws .
NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN THE ORCHARDS, AS PART OF GOOD AGRICULTURIAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES, THIS INCLUDES SMALL ANIMALS ,EVEN THOSE KEPT IN BAGS ,STROLLERS OR CARRIERS
FUTURE PYO INFO
Sept 21-22 Cortland, Macoun, Fugi, Gala, Empire
Sept 28-29 Cortland, Red Delicous, Macoun
Oct 5- 6 Jonagold, Cortland, Stayman, Winesap,
Red Delicous, Ida Red
Oct 12- 14 Cortland, Empire, Jonagold, Ida Red, Mutsu
Oct 19-20 Braeburn , Granny Smiths
Oct 26-27 Braeburn , Granny Smith
Circa 1960 New Zealand cross of kidd's Orange, Red delicious. Firm, juicy, sweet apple. good for eating, dried and used in cider.
New international variety cross of Ralls janet and Red Delicious. A favorite in China and Japan, it's a cream-colored, sweet and juicy.
The McIntosh apple was first seen in Ontario, Canada by John McIntosh in 1811. By 1836 people were calling it the McIntosh Red and today it can be found in...
Circa 1898. Cross between McIntosh and Ben Davis. Mid, tender apple. Excellent for eating, baking, salads, pies and sauces