Washington Apples Expecting Lighter Crop Volume

September 16, 2020 Washington Apple Commission

Since the time of the initial estimate, extreme windstorms, wildfires on the West Coast, and more accurate reporting of crop load on the trees as harvest progressed, suggest a lighter total crop volume for the 2020-21 apple harvest.

Bloom Season for Washington Apples

Bloom season in Washington signals the start of a new apple crop. Across the state, apple trees are in the last bloom stages, dependent on elevation and location. The rolling slopes of Washington orchards are adorned with flower blossoms and bees are busily working to cross pollinate the trees, a vital step in the production of tree fruit.

Washington Apples License Plate Proposed

December 16, 2019 Washington Apple Commission

The Washington Apple Commission is proposing a new Washington specialty license plate to celebrate Washington apples, the state’s leading agricultural commodity and support the Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF).

Washington Apple Week: From Our Trees to Your Table

November 26, 2019 Washington Apple Commission

The Washington Apple Commission is launching the first worldwide Washington Apple Week Dec 1st-6th, celebrating the high-quality apples grown in the state. The global celebration across 14 countries will feature the exclusive campaign “From Our Trees to Your Table”, focusing on telling the story of Washington apple growers.

Washington Apples Announce New Video Series

September 5, 2019 Washington Apple Commission

A new video series from the Washington Apple Commission shares an inside look at the Washington apple industry to educate consumers, international trade and retailers.