We have apple maggots. This means my entire apple harvest from this year is now unusable. I was going to make sooooooo much stuff with those apples. We have two varieties, one that's great for sauce and apple butter; and one that's going to be fantastic for cider - and I could easily pull another two or three bushels from each tree (in addition to the half-bushel I'd already picked of each). That leaves me with pickling cucumbers, what will likely be a whole crop of green tomatoes (bad sun exposure, late planting), a whole mess of pole beans, five cups of blackberries, several dozen jalapenos, and a gallon of wild plums; so I'm set for savory preserves, but I'm going to be running low on sweet preserves mid-winter unless I can find a cheap source of apples or pears somewhere.