Why 2017 is a Poor Fruit Year

Lee Sanmiya says it’s the worst year for fruit trees here she can remember and credits the cold wet spring that stretched into June for the absence of apples, plums and cherries this fall.

“So if the weather’s really cold and rainy then insects can’t get out to pollinate during that critical time of bloom which is a week or two maybe for some trees,” said Sanmiya.  See the video and full story here:

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