When I first moved to the farm I knew that we had a couple of apple trees and a few cherry trees but as everything is coming into full bloom, I am realizing that a couple is more like many. Too many for two people alone. What to do with all these apples and cherries? Oh, and the walnuts. It turns out that before it was a tree farm and now a vineyard, it was a walnut farm. So we have several walnut trees surrounding the house. I hate seeing things go to waste yet know very little about harvesting apples, cherries, and even more so, walnuts. Any advice?
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