in the field

Our Queen Cox apple tree. . .this variety is descended from the Cox Orange Pippin, a cultivar originally developed in England in the 1830s. The baby apples are “sacked” as an experiment in insect pest diversion.

Aqua-eyed Halvor, always striped and ready for action–in this case, masterminding a campaign in the Crested wheatgrass.

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