New England Apples From The USA
October 16, 2014 by russellpowell
THE AMAZING APPLE
has traveled back and forth across America since its arrival in New
England in 1623, and nearly half of the United States have produced
apples currently cultivated in New England. In addition to natives of
the six New England states, previous posts in this series have highlighted varieties from apple-breeding programs in Minnesota, New York, and a consortium of the University of Illinois, Purdue University in Indiana, and Rutgers University in New Jersey (PRI).