Prairie Fare: Apple varieties have different ‘best’ usesAs I stood at the kitchen sink, I looked out the window and admired the abundant bright red apples near the top of our backyard tree. Unfortunately, the apples were too high for us to reach. As I pondered how we would harvest the apples, I heard screams coming from the living room. “Oh, no! Oh, no! Don’t do it!” my daughters squealed in unison.
By: Julie Garden-Robinson, NDSU Extension Service, INFORUM