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How do you like them apples?  The growth of an Irish industry

How do you like them apples? The growth of an Irish industry

Some 95 per cent of the apples we eat here are imported, yet a few tenacious farmers are showing we could supply the market ourselves.

Irish Times Saturday 10th September 2016.

Origin and History of the Apple

Origin and History of the Apple

The early history of the cultivated apple is largely lost in antiquity. Many researchers have investigated the origin of the apple, including De Candolle (1884) and Vavilov (1951). Both agree that the most likely area of origin of the cultivated apple is in the region south of the Caucasus from the Persian province of Ghilan on the Caspian to the Turkish town of Trebizond on the Black Sea

The National Apple Orchard Census 2012

The National Apple Orchard Census 2012

The National Apple Orchard Census 2012 was compiled from information provided by the 45 commercial apple growers operating in the Republic of Ireland in 2012. The census provides an important overview of apple production, and comparisons are made to previous censuses (2007, 2002 and 1997) where possible.

South Tyrolean apple PGI

South Tyrolean apple PGI

South Tyrol is the largest closed apple producing region in Europe, yet with many small farms. Watch this video for more information.

Val Venosta

Val Venosta

Val Venosta is an apple production area with climatic benefits which result in a very high product quality. 

Val Venosta Television Advert

Val Venosta Television Advert

View a Television advert for Val Venosta.