Michigan is well known as a key U.S. apple producing state. The estimated yield for the 2018 growing season is 28 million bushels, which is slightly above the state average. The 2018 predicted Michigan apple crop will require growers to use all available resources to properly manage the harvest of this large crop. 

This page is a compilation of maturity reports from apple growing regions around the state and resources to help you in your harvest decisions. View 2009 to 2017 apple maturity reports.

2018 Apple maturity reports

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