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Coping with Climate Change: Michigan's Sour Season

TOO COLD TO HANDLE

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A SOUR SEASONAN IDEAL CLIMATETOO COLD TO HANDLETWO LIFETIMESNO FAIRY TALE YEARSHAKEN FARMERSA FROST HARVESTNOT ENOUGH WORKPLIGHT OF THE HONEY BEESTALLED PROCESSINGIT'S THE PITSTHE PIE CONTEST MUST GO ON AS MICHIGAN AS CHERRY PIE

TOO COLD TO HANDLE

This year's early spring caused fruit trees in the Midwest to bloom extremely early. But that left them vulnerable to over 15 nights of frost that hit the region between March and May.

Read the story: A Sour Season for Michigan's Cherry Farmers.

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