Zestar is at about 30mm.
Cortland and Honeycrisp are both at about 20mm with good fruit set.
Marquette is at post bloom and approaching buckshot. Our Itasca isn’t bearing yet but is continuing to grow well despite our generally cool temperatures.
The Montmorency is straw colored with the start of a rosy blush.This article was posted in Door County Report and tagged Apples, Cherry, Cortland, Grapes, Honeycrisp, Itasca, Marquette, Montmorency, PARS, PARS Phenology, Peninsular Agricultural Research Station, Rebecca Wiepz, Zestar.