Carroll County in for 'a pleasant apple crop,' farmers say, with much less rain, harm than 12 months earlier than


Baugher is the fourth generation of his family to work in the business. They have about 900 acres and grow more than 30 varieties of apples. Last year, some of his crops suffered fungal disease from all the rain, so employees sprayed to prevent its growth and had to carefully inspect which apples they picked, according to Baugher. They also lost work days to rain and equipment got stuck in the mud, he said.

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