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Our first batch of this year's local Cortland Apples!
These are Local, Pesticide-Free Cortland Apples.
The Cortland is a cultivar of apple developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, United States in 1898. The apple was named after nearby Cortland County, New York. It is among the fifteen most popular in the United States and Canada. They are a terrific baking apple: Great apples for pies, cobblers, and crisps. When sliced, Cortlands are a excellent for salads and cheese plates, as the flesh doesn't brown and discolor quickly.
1 lb per order
Grown using Integrative Pest Management practices from Klein Kill Farm in Germantown, NY.
Storage Tips: Store on the counter. Move any uneaten apples to the refrigerator after seven days. Whether in the fridge or out, don't store near most other uncovered fruits or vegetables-- the ethylene gases produced by apples can ruin them (making carrots bitter, for example). The exception: if you want to ripen plums, pears and other fruits quickly, put an apple nearby for a day or so.