There are about 12-16 quarts in a bushel of apples, and 12-18 quarts of applesauce; depending on whether or not you add sugar.
The weight of an apple bushel is 48 lbs. The current average price in regular grocery stor now is $1.39 per lbs., according to the July 2014 average prices by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That brings the cost of a bushel of apples to $66.72.
Just over 37 quarts to a bushel.
32 dry quarts per bushel.
32 dry quarts1 bushel = 64 pints = 32 quarts
One bushel of tomatoes weighs 53 pounds. This will provide you with between 18-20 quarts of tomatoes from the bushel.
It depends on how big the apples are
six --OR-- If you are talking about a strictly volumetric conversion, there are 32 quarts in a bushel. This would be the case if you had one bushel of dried, shelled field corn, for example.