Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Some apple orchards in the Hoosier state have lost 50 to 90 percent of their crop this year.
For other orchards, the situation is worse. The owner of Tuttle Orchard in Greenfield expects to take a 75 percent loss this year and has canceled “public” picking.
Orchards are still encouraging customers to come out for hay rides and other seasonal activities.
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