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Cherry growers in the region have not seen significant weather damage during the harvest season that began in June. Warm temperatures in late May eliminated an anticipated delay for growers in the Wenatchee Valley and throughout the Pacific Northwest. BJ Thurlby is President of the Washington State Tree Fruit Commission. In an update released last…

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The 2017 Pacific Northwest sweet cherry crop is forecast at 22.7 million, but it could easily exceed the 23.2 million-box record set in 2014. That’s according to growers at the Five State Cherry Commission meeting. But they also foresee a good spread of 90 to 100 days to harvest the crop, which they hope makes…

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