Apple orchards in eastern Ontario experiencing 'weird, wonderful flavours' after drought - Ottawa - CBC News

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By Hillary Johnstone, CBC News Ottawa, October 10, 2016

The severe drought in eastern Ontario this summer had a sweet effect on apple orchards, according to some growers in the region. Ontario apple growers searching for next great apple

Even though the apples are small, and falling off the trees early, they're also much sweeter than normal.

"The taste is fantastic," said Darryl Maloney, owner of Log Cabin Orchard in Osgoode, Ont. south of Ottawa.

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