Harvest: End of August-Early September Use: Snacking, baking, drying Flavor: Sweet and tart
Harvest: End of August- Early September Uses: Eating and cooking Flavor: Not too sweet, not too tart. Firm white flesh.
Harvest: Early - Mid September Uses: Excellent for baking, cooking, snacking Flavor: Cross between Jonathon and McIntosh apples. Closer to McIntosh in terms of flavor, just a bit sweeter. Touch of honey taste.
Harvest: Early September Uses: Great for salads, cooking, snacking, and sauces Flavor: Sweet, fine textured
Harvest: Mid September- Early October Uses: Eating, salads, sauces, pies, baking. Good for freezing. They don't brown quickly. Taste: Sweet with a hint of tartness. Juicy. Tender, snow-white flesh.
Harvest: Mid September Uses: Eating fresh, baking, sauces Taste: Sweet, tart taste with nuances of spice
Harvest: Mid to Late September Uses: Great for salads, snacking, and baking Taste: Sweet-tart flavor similar to McIntosh but harder crispier flesh
Harvest: End of September- Mid October Uses: Excellent for eating and salads. Good for sauce, baking, pies, and freezing Taste: Juicy, firm, crunchy, and sweet
Harvest: Mid October Uses: Salads and Snacking Taste: Mild in flavor, juicy, and crisp
An Apple A Day.
Harvest: Mid October Uses: Salads, baking, and cooking Taste: Firm, crisp, white flesh. Balanced sweet tart aromatic flavor
Harvest: Mid - late October Uses: Eating, cooking and baking. Taste: Crunchy, sweet-tart
Harvest: Late October Uses: Snacking, baking and sauces Taste: Sweet and tart, juicy yet crisp and firm
Harvest: Early October Uses: Eating and snacking Taste: Crisp, spicy sweet and juicy
Harvest: Mid - Late October Uses: Eating and Salads Taste: Perfect balance of sweet and tart, deep and rich with a hearty crunch and ideal crisp texture
Harvest of specific varieties may change without notice due to weather and picking conditions. Check out our Facebook or Instagram for updates on what we are picking daily.
Harvest of specific varieties may change without notice due to weather and picking conditions. Check out our Facebook or Instagram for updates on what we are picking daily
What Becker Farms Grows:
Over 10 different Varieties of Apples, Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Pumpkins, Butternut Squash, Cherries, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Red and Green bell peppers, Jalepeños, tomatoes, 6 different varieties of grapes both for wine making and eating, Rhubarb, Asparagus, and on and on..