No cherries is bad for a lot of people, not just here. The WSJ explores the economic impact of the cherry crop damage this spring.
Up north, lousy spring weather has left Michigan's cherry crop in the pits.
The freakish meteorological events of March—two weeks of midsummer temperatures, followed by successive nights of hard freeze—likely ruined nearly all the 185 million pounds of the Montmorency cherries harvested in Michigan each summer, according to farmers and state officials.
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Source: Wall Street Journal