Apple Twilight Tour – May 16 at the Extension Variety Block

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Please join us on May 16, 2023 for the annual Apple Twilight Tour. This year’s tour will be held at the Extension Apple Variety Block just of Chestnut Gap Road across from St. Paul’s Winery. The program will begin at 5:30 with presentations from NC State’s apple team including Dr.s Tom Kon, Mike Parker, Sara Villani and Jim Walgenbach. Updates from these specialists will include recommended practices from now until harvest. With the recent frost/freeze events it will be important to find out what protocols are needed to keep your crop healthy throughout the year. We hope to see you there. Please RSVP by May 10 to Keai at 828-697-4891. We’ve ordered up a clear and beautiful spring evening to see everyone in person. A sponsored meal will follow the program on the back deck of Appalachian Ridge Cidery.