Peru, NY, Mar 27, 2012 — While some North Country apple growers are worried sick about the weather - others say it's too soon to be concerned. After a week of temperatures in the 80s, apple trees started to bud. Julie Grant spoke yesterday with Patricia Sheehan, co-owner of Rulfs Orchard in Peru. Forecasters were predicting lows of around 15 degrees.
The forecast calls for better apple weather later this week, with highs near 50, and lows in the lower 30s.
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