2017 season started with wet and relatively cold weather, which had added difficulty on apple crop management. After a very drought weather condition in 2016, our apples are stressed across all cultivars. Luckily, with hard work from all our staff and precise crop management, we still come out with a reasonable harvest season.
A great news to our customers, we just received our 2017 report from OMAFRA , all test results are far below the limit. Our customers can enjoy our excellent tasting apples with a peace of mind.
Now 2017 season is closed, we thank all your support for your local farm!
See you in 2018.