Yes, you heard that right.
See, last year was a true "annus horribilis" for apple crops - with that cold, wet spring and hot summer drought.
That led to a terrible apple harvest.
This year has brought an abundant supply, but that good news presents new challenges for Michigan growers.
Like how to store all that fruit before it goes to sale.
So, there's this technique: "lulling apples to sleep."
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