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Climate, Weather and Apples

Lois Wright Morton, Daniel Cooley, Jon Clements, Mark Gleason
Apples are a perennial crop that is highly sensitive to temperature (frost and excessive heat), prolonged periods of wetness or drought, high winds, hail, and long-term shifts in climate. The increasing uncertainty about future near and long-term weather conditions is one of specialty crop growers’ largest challenges. This preliminary report offers a snapshot of Northeast U.S. apple growers’ observations, thoughts, concerns, and priorities for their crop.

Pages / Length: 20
Publication Date: 02/2017
Available Inventory: 14


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