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N.E. apples better off than elsewhere in US

By Lisa Rathke
Associated Press / August 13, 2012
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MONTPELIER — At the mercy of Mother Nature, apple growers in northern New England are often pessimistic at the start of the season. So when an early spring was followed by a frost, they watched closely in the coming months for signs of damage. Instead, they have been pleasantly surprised.

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