*Our 11/8/18 pressing of fresh cider is now available.

*PLEASE NOTE: PYO is finished for 2018.

PRE-PICKED PEARS:

$3.00/lb

Harrow Sweet

Pre-Picked Apples:

Empire $1.80/lb and $60/bushel SALE!

$2.50/lb:

Braeburn

Winesap

Lady (Pomme d’Api)

Golden Russet

Roxbury Russet

Mutsu (Crispin)

$2.25/lb:

Blushing Golden (also $10 off a bushel sale!)

Granny Smith

Pound Sweet

$2.00/lb

Northwestern Greening 2nds


finished for 2018:

Honeycrisp

Crimson Crisp

Pristine

Wealthy

Red Clapp's Favorite pear

Paula Red

Lubsk Queen

Somerset grapes

Chenango Strawberry

Sansa

Earliblaze

Vanessa grapes

Pink Pearl

Reliance grapes

Cox's Orange Pippin

Canadice grapes

Firecracker Crab

Holstein

Chojuro Pear

Claygate Pearmain

Jeffris

Duchess

Ribston Pippin

Fredonia Grapes

Wolf River

Whitney Crab

Concord grapes

Honeysweet pear

Zestar

Pixie Crunch

Kandil Sinap

Lodi

Viking

Virgil

 Swenson Red grapes

McIntosh

Blue Pearmain

Mars

Ginger Gold

Edelweiss grapes

Tolman Sweet

Twenty Ounce

Seckel pears

Steuben grapes

Sinta

Opalescent

Mother

Baldwin

Westfield Seek-No-Further

King David

Ashmead’s Kernel

Tompkins County King

Flemish Beauty Pears

Jonamac

Daybreak Fuji

Moonglow pears

Jonagold

Criterion

Snow

Belle de Boskoop

Gala

Haralson

Hidden Rose

Fortune

Spigold

Liberty

Jonafree

Prairie Spy

Melrose

Winecrisp

Grimes Golden

Spartan

Connell Red

Esopus Spitzenburg

Cortland

Newtown Pippin

Ida Red

Goldrush

Black Gilliflower

Calville Blanc d’Hiver

Northern Spy

Prairie Spy

Golden Delicious

Winter Banana

special note:  We lost these varieties this winter--Hudson's Golden Gem, Orenco, and Lowland Raspberry. In addition there will be no Astrachan or Sops of Wine in 2018.


Notes on 2018 season: 

2018 started out with a long, cool spring. This meant we were able to avoid wide-spread damaging frosts, however we did have one cold event just before bloom that has resulted in minor frost rings on fruit, especially the Honeycrisp. The abundance of rain during the spring and early summer has also meant that our fungal pressure has been very high. In general, our crop is a bit light this year.

As we've been harvesting more of our fruit, we've also noticed that we've had more than usual damage from the Apple Maggot Fly. This insect's life-cycle is closely tied to good soil moisture, so considering the rain this year, it is not surprising. We will help PYO customers to identify an Apple Maggot compromised apple in hopes of minimizing the damaged fruit taken home.

For a more detailed report about our 2018 season, you can peruse this document.