Apples ripening in record time

Climate change is linked to early harvest of fruits in Norway This year’s apple season has been so fruitful that distributors in Norway are running short on storage space. Meteorologists have linked climate change to the quickly ripening fruits, NRK reports. Orchards in the western region of Hardanger told the broadcaster that this year’s apple season had been unusually short and intense, with a much shorter window than usual for harvesting. Large quantities of apples are now ready for transport to distributors, and trees have been cleared of fruit, a
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