August 21, 2012
It’s certainly hot out there, but just ask the kids: fall is right around the corner. Fall of course brings more than the return of the school year; it also brings the harvest of the state’s most valuable crop.
Yes, the apples are starting to come off the trees, and soon the harvest will be in full swing. To get a look at what could be a very lucrative year for growers, Isaac Kaplan-Woolner called the WA Apple Commission. President Todd Fryhover said with Michigan and New York struggling with their crop this year, Washington growers could see very good returns this year.