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Apple Harvest Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Depending on tree density, mature trees typically bear 40 to 200 kg of apples each year. Apples ripen at different times of the year according to the cultivar. Some can be stored up to a year without significant degradation. Apple cultivars that yield their crop in the summer include "McIntosh", "Sweet Bough", "Transparent", "Gala", "Duchess" , "Golden Supreme", and "Primate"; fall producers include "Golden Delicious", "Fuji", "Gravenstein", "Wealthy", "Red Delicious", "Chenango", "Jonagold", "Snow", and "Blenheim"; winter producers include "Granny Smith","Wagener", "Greening", "King", "Winesap", "Swayzie" and others. Now that you know a bit more about the apple harvest, click start and put the freshly picked red apples in today's game back together and complete the puzzle. Have fun!

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