David Holmes also has a related project: Defining the attributes of the Vermont character.
When it comes to crop value, apples are behind only dairy and maple in Vermont. But wholesale profits and market share have been declining for years.
News Release -- Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets Sept. 7, 2017 Contact: Alison Kosakowski Director of Communications Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets 802-272-4547 Alison.Kosakowski@Vermont.Gov Apple Season Has Arrived in Vermont – Get Picking! September is here. Kids are back in school, the days are cooler, and Vermont’s apple orchards are brimming […]
Ever since March 2010, apple crops have clicked into a biennial system due to some kind of weather event, said Terence Bradshaw, research associate at the University of Vermont.