Apple season is in full swing. Were you SEEN at Beardsley's Cider Mill & Orchard on September 14, 2019?

Irv Silverman owner of Silverman's Farm in Easton said 2019 has seen a "very good" apple crop thanks to a dry summer.

"Last year wasn't as good...this has been a very good year," he said. "Pollination was good in the spring and we had no rain during blossom time."

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In 2018, Chris Seifrit, manager of Blue Jay Orchards in Bethel, said his orchard saw 50 percent less apple growth than the year before. The problems all started at the beginning of summer when the tornado hit and blew the blossoms off the trees.

Dan Beardsley, co-owner of Beardsley's Cider Mill and Apple Orchard in Shelton has also seen a good crop this year.

"I'm really excited. It looks fantastic; a lot of apples out there," he said. " Just hoping no hurricanes or hail."

Silverman and Beardsley both said the most popular apple-picking time is mid-September to mid-October.

"We get a lot of kids from NYC that aren't country kids that have never seen apples growing on trees, so it's really an education," Silverman said. "Two generations ago, people had apple trees in their backyards. Now farms are less and less, so its an experience."

And Instagram, he said, has made the desire that much bigger.

"Everybody is selfie happy," Seifert said. "We have lots of people that post pictures of them having a good time, which is basically what it's all about. Come out and have a nice day in the country."

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Apple harvest times often range from mid-August to mid-October, but some orchards stay open for picking through Thanksgiving. Pumpkin season has already begun and will overshadow apples in October.