Orange apple growers Bernard Hall and Paula Charnock say wet weather and hail have been challenging, but fruit is colouring up nicely for the start of the season

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By Kate Oneill
February 10 2022 - 6:00am
DAYS AWAY: Grower Bernard Hall with his Royal Galas, the first apples of the season. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

After a tough cherry season that saw crops lost to hailstorms and record wet weather that caused fruit to split, things are looking a little more positive for Orange's apples this year.

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Kate ONeill

Journalist

I'm a journalist with ACM Agriculture. Email me at kate.oneill@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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