Pair of stackable wooden apple trays

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Autumn is the time to harvest apples, and they need to be picked and stored before the frosts ruin them. Stored properly, you'll be able to enjoy them throughout the winter. The RHS recommends that "containers" should give enough space for air to circulate between the fruit, and our Dorset-style apple racks are ideal for this. Sold in pairs, they can be stacked up to eight trays high and can be easily stored in the garage or garden shed.

Practical Suggestion: When storing apples we suggest that you check all apples as bruised ones don't store well. Give each apple a dust with a cloth and then wrap in newspaper and place on the tray.

As Seen on BBC TV's Gardeners World Friday September 29th 2006

Single Tray Size 15cm(6") x 57cm(22") x 57cm(22")

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By Zoe

from Beckenham


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    Comments about Pair of stackable wooden apple trays:

    These were clumsily put together with screws misaligned, but will do the job ok. Even though we got these in the sale, I think they are overpriced at £39.99.

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    Store apples and pears

    Not all varieties of apples and pears can be stored for long periods without deteriorating. In general, all eating apples that are ready for picking before mid September should be eaten fresh. Late-maturing varieties of apples and pears, on the other h

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