Cathy McKay talks about the Canadian Apple Breeding Consortium

Apple grower Cathy McKay has converted her 27-acre orchard to new varieties and trellis systems to produce a great tasting experience for consumers.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes 'Behind the Scenes' of the May cover story titled 'Breeding ‘local’ apples for multiple micro-climates' (To read the cover story, click here). Cathy shares her excitement about the potential for new varieties from the Canadian Apple Breeding Consortium.

 

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