EAST LANSING, Mich. (via AP & WOOD TV 8) — Michigan State University extension experts say they think this year’s Michigan apple harvest is ahead of schedule.

MLive reports that MSU extension says data collected from around the state suggest the apple harvest will be significantly early for certain varieties in some parts of the state. The data shows that predicted peak harvest dates will fall anywhere from a few days to an entire week ahead of normal.

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