Apples have been grown in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley since the first settlers arrived in the 1600s. And since the mid-1800s the Valley has produced some of the finest apples in the world. But the industry has suffered ups and downs brought on by global conflict and the fickleness of both weather and the consuming public. Now the province's beleaguered apple industry is poised for a renaissance - and growers think they've got the right balance to maintain a long-term, profitable industry. (Original Air Date: January 27, 2008)
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