Cherry Crop Could Be Good

We are still a few weeks away from harvest, but there is some optimism surrounding the prospects for this year’s Mid-Columbia cherry crop.  Oregon State University Extension Agent Lynn Long says he has not seen much damage from a couple of winter cold spells, and Wasco County growers have only had one day during frost seasons where they have had to turn fans on.  As a result, the majority of what he sees in orchards is pretty good, with a solid fruit set right now.  Long noted California has a short cherry crop this year, and that will hopefully mean good demand and prices for Mid-Columbia cherries this summer.   

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