How To Store Apples Over Winter

How To Store Apples Over Winter. Store your apples in a cool basement, garage, shed, fruit cellar or refrigerator. We wrap each apple in a newspaper, which is extra added protection and helps keep any apples that do start to spoil from contaminating the whole batch.

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How long will apples keep in cold storage? Go the extra mile it’s optional, but to further prevent any possibility of a rotten apple touching other apples, you can wrap each one in newspaper. To store apples over winter, wrap each one in a single sheet of newspaper and place them in single layers on a tray.

It's Critical To Get The Temperature Right When You're Storing Apples.

Newspaper, paper bags, paper towels, or butcher paper boxes, baskets, or crates a cool, dark space (like an unheated basement, garage, or closet) instructions: Go the extra mile it’s optional, but to further prevent any possibility of a rotten apple touching other apples, you can wrap each one in newspaper. We wrap each apple in a newspaper, which is extra added protection and helps keep any apples that do start to spoil from contaminating the whole batch.

It’s Best To Store Each Type Of Apple In Its Own Plastic Container.

Also, keep the storage area as dark as you can. Store your apples in a cool basement, garage, shed, fruit cellar or refrigerator. Gently layer the wrapped apples in a small to medium size cardboard or wooden box.

Regular Refrigerated Storage Is Good, But Ca Storage Is Better.

Controlled atmosphere storage artificially makes the room perfect for the apples’ long winter nap.