When Jörgen and his brother Jan-Gunnar took over Källagården after their parents, they stored, packaged and sold all the fruit the orchards produced. There were apples, pears, plums and black currants. Eventually they joined the growers’ cooperative Förenade Frukt (United Fruit), which today is called Äppelriket (The Apple Kingdom), which offered good and modern storage and packaging facilities.
In 2016, fruit cultivation included approximately 23 hectares of apples, 1 hectare of pears, 2 hectares of plums and just under one hectare of cherries. Of the apples, it was Aroma and Ingrig-Marie that dominated, followed by Mutsu, also called Wintergold, Discovery, Summerred, as well as the old popular varieties Gravensteiner, Signe Tillisch, Katja, Kim and the late winter apple Gloster.
The pear varieties grown at Källagården were Pierre Corneille, Charneu, Conference and Alexander Lucas. Of the plums, there was the late-ripening Monark and the then new variety Jubileeum. Today, apple cultivation mainly includes the Frida apple variety. Agricultural crops are now grown on lands that formerly produced fruit.