Apple maggot quarantine area extended to Methow Valley

Apples ripen along Monse River Road.

Photo by Dee Camp
Apples ripen along Monse River Road.

OLYMPIA – The state’s apple maggot quarantine is being extended into parts of Okanogan County in an effort to slow down the invasive pest and protect commercial apple production.

The state Department of Agriculture announced the expanded area late last week...

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