One-stop site for apple maturity resources for 2013
All your educational needs for apple harvest decisions can be found at the Apple Maturity Program and Reports resource page.
After a dismal 3 million bushel crop in 2012, the predicted Michigan apple crop of 30 million bushels requires growers to use all available resources to properly manage the harvest of this large crop. Michigan State University Extension educators have compiled various regional harvest reports and other useful resources into one place, the Apple Maturity Program and Reports resource page, to make it easier to find the educational tools to help with harvest management. Articles from MSU’s Department of Horticulture post-harvest lab are also posted.
Our goal is to provide updates every week by the end of the day on Wednesdays through the harvest season, so please check back often.
Visit the Apple Maturity Program and Reports resource page now!
Sponsors for this program include:
- Michigan Apple Committee
- Michigan State Horticultural Society
- MSU AgBio Research
- MSU Extension