INTERNATIONAL EAT AN APPLE DAY – Third Saturday in SeptemberAccording to Washington State University, orchards across the country grew and sold over 735 different varieties of apple in the late 19th century. As of 2010, that number has dropped to less than 50. The Pacific Northwest has long been a staple area for apple production, and its many orchards, while not providing as much variety as they use to, still have many different apple varieties to offer. Read more : http://www.ehow.com/list_6740377_apple-varieties-pacific-northwest.html

According to Washington State University, orchards across the country grew and sold over 735 different varieties of apple in the late 19th century. As of 2010, that number has dropped to less than 50. The Pacific Northwest has long been a staple area for apple production, and its many orchards, while not providing as much variety as they use to, still have many different apple varieties to offer.

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Can you find a new variety to try today?

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