One of the region’s coldest winters in two decades may have harmed this season’s Michigan fruit crop, said a report released earlier this month by the Michigan Farm Bureau. “There certainly is going to be some bud damage and potential damage to wood. … We’ll see damage to cherries, peaches, grapes and blueberries,” said Ken Nye, horticulture and forestry specialist for MFB, in the report. The bureau expects that fruits such as peaches, plums, apricots and ...

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