US crop going to be a little short for some fruits?
I've been reading a lot of the damage out of Michigan, the northeast US. Now today I read this;
"A bad freeze has wiped out 80% of the Ontario apple crop, causing damage estimated at over $100 million.
"This is the worst disaster fruit growers have ever, ever experienced," orchard owner Keith Wright said Friday.
"We've been here for generations and I've never heard of this happening before across the province. This is unheard of where all fruit growing areas in the Great Lakes area, in Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York State, Ontario, are all basically wiped out. It's unheard of," the Harrow, Ont.-area grower said."
Going to be some expensive apples, along with many other fruits this summer/fall.