We try to steward well.

Growing Practices

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a key component in growing fruit at Burtt's Apple Orchard. IPM is a common sense approach and enables us to grow fruit in a way that is ecologically sound and healthy to eat.

IPM- What we do

Precision soil and nutrient management to promote tree health

Frequent scouting

Tall Spindle planting system and low mowed grass to reduce humidity

Use NEWA (Network for Environment and Weather Applications) website for pest forecasts

Traps for apple maggot

Community Practices

As much as we strive to be to be good stewards of our land, we also strive to be good stewards in our community. Each year Burtt’s Apple Orchard donates hundreds of pounds of apples to the Vermont Food Bank and local food shelves.

We are proud members of the Vermont Tree Fruit Growers' Association, helping orchards across Vermont grow quality, eco-friendly apples. www.vermontapples.orgmportant news.


Receive occasional emails to let you know when your favorite apples, pears, pumpkins, and cherries are ripe for picking.

Find us in Cabot, Vermont. Or on Facebook and such

© 2022 Burtt’s Apple Orchard

Facebook icon
Instagram icon
Email icon
Intuit Mailchimp logo