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A Few Bad Apples and After the Fall Cider use sustainable methods to produce hard cider products and pay homage to the history of cider in Pennsylvania.

After a lifetime of living and working amongst the fruit trees at Peace Valley Orchards, Dan Simmons is retiring from the family business.

Learn how to determine when your apples are ripe enough to pick based on variety, color, firmness, seed coats, smell, taste and ease of removal. 

“Johnny Appleseed” entered the pages of American folklore as one of our most popular heroes. This nature boy with the pasteboard hat was named John Chapman.

Planning to pick your own apples this fall? Learn which varieties of apples are perfect for snacking, baking, making applesauce and more.

'Straight from my hand to their mouth,' says fruit grower Bill Gammie. Quarry Hill Orchards fosters a connection between the fruit they grow and the consumers who love it.

Learn how to diagnose and prevent common problems — discoloration, siphoning and mold — when canning applesauce.

A few West Virginia University faculty are exploring the potential for West Virginia's apple growers to develop and market dried, smoked apple chunks.

Paecilomyces niveus spoils apple products even after heat pasteurization. The fungus also produces an FDA-regulated toxin called patulin.

You may not find them in stores yet, but it’s only a matter of time before new disease-resistant apple cultivars are more popular than old favorites.