Path to the Plate: Apples

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
September 5, 2023
Price
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Overview

This 2-page publication on Apples is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture.

Growing apples in Texas is often difficult due to the warm summer nights and threat of cotton root rot. However, Texas gardeners can have great luck growing apples in their home gardens by selecting the right varieties and providing proper care. This fact sheet instructs gardeners on growing apples and provides two recipes showcasing apples. This publication on Apples is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages)

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