What States do Apples Grow in?

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Apples can grow in every state of the U.S. Other than oranges being the most valuable fruit grown here, apples come in second place. Washington State, New York, and Michigan produce a lot of apples each year.
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Apples can be grown in all states but, some states grow more Apples than others. The top Apple producing states in the US are Washington state, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts
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In Virginia, the 'Yellow Transparent' apple is commonly known as the June apple. According to Urban Homestead, specialists in old Virginia apple trees, the transparent yellow apple
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Apples are grown on apple trees. Once the tree has reached a mature age it will start producing apples that can be plucked from the tree or picked up off the ground as they fall.
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Washington State grows the most apples in the U.S.
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