How many apples will an apple tree yield?

Answer The average apple tree will yield around 20 bushels (a bushel equals 42 lbs), or roughly 2,520 apples, in a single harvest. This would make 300 apple pies.Source:Apple FactsApple Journal

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Can you trim a crab apple tree with apples on it?

All major pruning should occur in between February and April each year, when the tree is dormant. Major pruning includes removing limbs and annual pruning. Crab apples develop fruit in late summer,... Read More »

Can an apple tree grow four different types of apples?

Yes, but only if you graft three different varieties of apple branch onto the original tree.

What is the average yield of a peach tree?

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How many apples are in an apple seed?

There are no apples in an apple seed due to the germantion but if you plant the seed it will aventually grow into either an apple or an apple tree x