Minn. apple growers await late but bountiful harvest

09/18/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota's apple harvest is likely to start a few weeks later because of cool, rainy weather back in May, but growers say they'll have a bumper crop this year, a change from last year when up-and-down temperatures killed off about half the fruit. Growers are on track to ship about 20 million pounds of apples this season, says University of Minnesota Horticulture Professor Jim Luby.

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