Core values in the orchard

Core values in the orchard

Apple harvest is annual rite of fall
Jeryl Cundiff and her granddaughter, Lyric Kent, put apples into their box.
Kaiden Lundberg loads up on apples while trying to eat one at the same time.
Houston Hurst takes a bite out of an apple he just picked.
Chandler Henderson stretches to reach a plum at the CSU Research Station in Yellowjacket during the U-Pick day.
DID YOU KNOW?

The apple tree belongs to the rose family.
Apple blossoms are safe to eat as long as they have not been treated with pesticides.
People who are allergic to fruits from the rose family may be sensitive to apples too.
The lifespan of some apple trees is believed to be more than 100 years.
Planting an apple seed from a particular apple will not produce a tree of that variety.
Apples originated in Europe near the Caspian Sea. Crabapples are the only apple native to North America.
There are at least 7,500 different types of apples grown in the world.
The average U.S. Consumer eats an estimated 45 pounds of apples a year.
Apples ripen six to 10 times faster at room temperature than if they were refrigerated.
Apples get their names by falling under three categories; taste and texture, location and breeder or color.

Core values in the orchard

Jeryl Cundiff and her granddaughter, Lyric Kent, put apples into their box.
Kaiden Lundberg loads up on apples while trying to eat one at the same time.
Houston Hurst takes a bite out of an apple he just picked.
Chandler Henderson stretches to reach a plum at the CSU Research Station in Yellowjacket during the U-Pick day.
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