Dry summer = sweet apples

There are a couple of things you’ll notice about this year’s crop of New York apples: They’re smaller and sweeter.

You can attribute both of those things to our drought-stricken summer.

“It’s affecting the size of the fruit,” said Jim Allen, president of the New York Apple Association, based in Victor.

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