Minnesota apple crop arrives early
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's apple crop has arrived early.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says most varieties are ripening one to two weeks ahead of normal, and many orchards already have early-season varieties such as Zestar for sale.
While the crop is smaller than usual, the department says quality is high.
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