"We’re kind of in uncharted territory," said C.J. Koshivas, who operates the 30-acre farm along with his mother Diane and father Chuck.
Because of the weird winter last year, Koshivas said his apple buds bloomed a lot earlier. Then, unexpectedly, a freeze hit. The family lost about 80 percent of the farm’s biggest cash crop, he said.
Koshivas said, "The temperature didn’t fool the trees at all this year, so the buds were kept small and compact."
His strawberries have also fared well so far. And he expects to host folks at the 887 Lincoln St. farm for pick-your-own strawberries sometime next month.
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For more about the Fairmount Fruit Farm at 887 Lincoln St, you can visit their webpage