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when do I pick Fireside apples

I live in southern Minnesota and have three apple trees. One each, Fireside, Haroldson, Honeycrisp. This is the second year they have been planted. The Honeycrisp has no apples again this year. Both the others have 25-30 apples each. When should I pick the apples?
asked Sep 11, 2013 by anonymous






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After a true frost has set the skin........sounds like the one that did not fruit should be tested.....it probably need lime and old horse or cow manure in the spring.
answered Sep 12, 2013 by retiredladie (85,100 points)

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