Let’s learn about how fruits are grown and harvested. Specifically, apples, pears, peaches, and much more from McMullin Orchards in Utah. Angie McMullin from McMullin Orchards will give us a glimpse of what it’s liking working for a family owned and operated orchard. Angie will explain how the orchard was started, managing multiple harvest times, educating consumers, and much more!
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Season 2 is here! Our first guest is April Clayton, Ph.D., with Red Apple Orchard. With season 2, we will be learning more about the differences and similarities between organic and conventional agriculture. April just so happens to do both types of production with her apple and cherry operations. In our interview today, April and I will chat about her background, the orchards organic and conventional methods, and April’s thoughts on consumer viewpoints towards organic produce. Listen to the episode below, or on your podcast app of choice!
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Common misconceptions consumers have on organic production
Do consumers want organic produce and do they know what that means?
Is organic production more consumer-focused or environmentally focused?
Biggest hurdles in communicating with consumers
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