WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) -- The Virginia Farm Bureau is reporting a stellar apple season.
Growers tell the organization a rain-drenched growing season was a good thing for the fruit.
John Marker grows apples on more than 250 acres outside of Winchester. Fifteen acres are set aside for apple fans who like to pick their own. Marker says the ideal weather conditions produced applies with good flavor, size and color.
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