We have some apricots this year. Unfortunately they are a bit pasty. I was going to can them but Im not sure how they will turn out. They taste good, just a bit pasty. Any suggestions?
I don't see why it wouldn't. You have to mash or puree the apricots first anyway for jam, apricot preserves you use the whole cut up fruit.lol Yes I did think of that but is it going to be good? I guess Ill find out.
As far as I know, yes.NaeKid, you're in Canada...do apricots grow up there???
It was a great place to grow up. If I could find a job out there, I would move in a heartbeat!!!sounds like a great place to grow up!
Total average or per Tree? Oh I think we all know the answer. Why won't they let you travel with citrus?Thanks for the info. The border crossing information might be outdated though. It says you can cross into the US with a driver's license or birth certificate. But I'm pretty sure it's a requirement now to have a passport.
However, it does say fresh fruit, other than citrus, etc., is allowed across into the States. When the time comes I'll probably see what the money exchange is, then decide whether to buy in Canada or Washington!
I wonder who sprays less insecticide on the trees?