Can Apples handle frosts and freezes?

bart1(6/7 Northern VA)October 12, 2012

I have a couple late ripening apples that are in their first year of production (Pink Landy and Fuji) and I was wondering if I need to panic if a frost or freeze is coming.

If a freeze is predicted, do you harvest all your apples like you would your tomatoes or can these guys handle the cold?



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alan haigh

You don't have to worry about first frosts as a general rule because temps have to drop into low '20's to damage varieties like Fuji and Pink Lady. I expect my late varieties to be harvest well after first frost.

    Bookmark   October 12, 2012 at 10:10AM
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bart1(6/7 Northern VA)

Thanks! Good to know, and quite a refief too.

    Bookmark   October 12, 2012 at 10:13AM
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