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New Crop Wisonsin Potatoes to come out strong

All signs are positive for another strong season for the Wisconsin potato industry. All potato types, including reds, are thriving in Wisconsin fields. Growers got in the ground on time and had good quality early. In each of the last two seasons, Wisconsin growers have produced about 63,000 acres of potatoes. But in the booming production of 2015, there was an average of 460 bags per acre. This year the average will still be strong at 430 100-pound bags per acre. The vast majority of the acreage is harvested in September. 
Apple and Fennel Salad

    Apples and Michigan go together like two peas in a pod. Michigan is the third largest producer of apples in the country. Here is a quick, fresh and light salad to highlight one of our best Crops.  

1 large apple, cut into thin matchsticks or slices
1 large bulb of fennel, sliced thinly, fennel fronds roughly chopped
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
1 Tbsp apple cider salt & pepper to taste

    •    Combine olive oil, vinegar/lemon juice, and apple cider in a small jar. Put the lid on and shake it up until the oil and liquid have combined.

    •    Combine apples and fennel (both the bulb and the fronds) in a medium bowl and mix until evenly distributed. Pour about 3/4 of the dressing over the top, adding the rest if you think it could use a little more

    •    Sprinkle with a bit of salt and pepper, then let sit for at least 30 minutes before serving so the flavors can meld together.

Fall could bring largest Michigan Apple crop to date

   Michigan apple growers this fall may produce their largest-ever fresh-market apple crop. While the state’s apple industry is rooted in the processed food business, Michigan growers increasingly planted fresh-market varieties over the last decade. The largest Michigan apple crop in the last decade came in 2013, with a total of 30 million bushels. This was one of the greatest apple harvests in Michigan history. With varieties like Red Delicious falling to the wayside over time, the popularity and lanting of Honeycrisp, Galas and Fuji's have taken over with a greater response. 
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