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Cider Apples

Volume 478: debated on Monday 18 September 1950

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asked the Minister of Agriculture how many tons of cider apples were left unsold in Devon last season; and whether he anticipates that the whole crop will be sold this season.

Some 8,000 tons of the 1949 crop in Devon were unsold. It is too early to forecast whether or not the whole of this year's crop will be sold.