Trends for the Apple Industry in the United States, Leading Apple-Producing States, New York State

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The apple industry in the United States has been static in some respects and dynamic in others, Numbers of trees have decreased, but, in recent years especially, yield per tree and total production have tended to increase. The quantity of apples consumed fresh has changed little, but the proportion of the apples used in that form has decreased.

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1965-11
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Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University
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