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Attyflin Orchards: New Season 2016

Attyflin Orchards: New Season 2016

Aug 16 2016

The 2016 Harvest is upon us and our first ripening apple variety is the Rossette. 

Interesting Horticultural Industry Updates

Interesting Horticultural Industry Updates

Aug 16 2016

Upcoming Dates for Diary.

Attyflin Orchards:  New Season 2016

Attyflin Orchards: New Season 2016

Wonderful shots of the new 2016 season and all of the trees are emerging with a very successful and healthy bloom.

Delicious dessert at the Wise Traditions Ireland Conference  - Thomond Park 6th, 7th February 2016

Delicious dessert at the Wise Traditions Ireland Conference - Thomond Park 6th, 7th February 2016

Mar 01 2016

The lunch at the recent Wise Traditions Conference held in Thomond Park featured the delicious Attyflin Estate Apple Nut Crumble as dessert, prepared by Masterchefs Hospitality.

Interpoma Bolzano 2016

Interpoma Bolzano 2016

Feb 02 2016

South Tyrol is the largest contiguous apple-growing area in all of Europe. With its know-how and standards of technology, it's among the leading apple-producing regions. Bolzano, as the capital of South Tyrol, is consequently the ideal location for the world-renowned tradeshow on the apple.

 
Decline of bees forces China's apple farmers to pollinate by hand

Decline of bees forces China's apple farmers to pollinate by hand

The decline of wild bees in China threatens more than just its apple and pear harvests, says pollination expert Dave Goulson.

Interpoma 2014

Interpoma 2014

Sep 09 2014

South Tyrol, with its capital city Bolzano, is the most important apple cultivation area in all of Europe (Trentino-South Tyrol covers 70% of apple production in Italy and 15% of the production in Europe) and offers the ideal setting for Interpoma.

IFA visit Attyflin

IFA visit Attyflin

Pictured are Brian O’Connell, Elaine Farrell (IFA) and Patrick Farrell (IFA). Ireland has the potential to scale up and rekindle its apple industry. There are a number of proven apple growers in Ireland such as Con Trass nr. Clonmel, Co. Tipperary