Assess how good your thinning efforts in spring were by checking the fruit quality and the health of your trees.
Value-adding can turn your raw fruit (and vegetables) into a wide range of products you can use, sell, or give away.
Are your fruit trees healthy this spring? Knowing what to look for and what’s “normal” will help you stay on track with your fruit tree care.
The classic “worm in the apple” is actually the larvae of the Codling moth, a very annoying pest that needs a planned effort to prevent.
Apples are one of the most popular fruits to grow in your backyard. Learn the basics of how to look after your apple tree.
Brown marks on your apples can be a sign that something’s wrong, or it can be a naturally occurring condition that’s rarely seen these days.