Storing apples

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Storing apples
« on: September 16, 2018, 22:28 »
Over the last couple of weeks when I have been down on my plot, I noticed one of the small columnar apple trees was heavily laden with fruit, so much so that it was bent down to the ground (evidently it needs some support). I have picked the ripe ones and now have a lot of apples which will take me maybe a few weeks to get through. How long can freshly picked apples be left in a fruit bowl, or is there a way of storing them so that they keep for a month or two. When I buy apples at my local market, then start to go wrinkly after a week.

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Re: Storing apples
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2018, 09:16 »
There is some advice here about harvesting and storage from the main site that might be useful for you  :)

Growing Apples - How to Grow Apples - Allotment & Gardens



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